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Cape Lookout Lighthouse Outerbanks North Carolina - Canvas Gallery Wrap

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Cape Lookout Lighthouse on the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA. Giclee printed with gallery wrap on 1.5" heavy duty stretcher bars.
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I am a disabled photographer. I am a cancer survivor by having a cancer on my left pelvis. My left pelvis had to be removed as well as the top of my leg bone. The type of cancer does not respond to radiation or chemotherapy; only a saw. After several weeks of mending and more with physical therapy, I got to where I could walk with crutches. I love photography and was determined to do my best with landscape photography as I really appreciate the many beauties our Creator made available for us.

Another example of an early photo outing after surgery I made to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We stopped at the shoreline to take a ferry to the lighthouse. We thought it would be a ferry where we would drive on to take us out. Not so! It was a small boat holding a dozen or so passengers. It was tied up to the dock with the tide out, so the boat was quite a bit lower than the dock. Since I am disabled with only one good leg. I had to swat down on the side of the dock to a sitting position with both legs dangling over the side. Next I had to scoot over the edge and let myself down with my arms until my good leg got to the seat. Once I was there, I swatted down again to get my legs over the seat to the bottom of the boat. Finally I got to sit down. My wife was carrying my crutches for me. The boat ride was fine and was fun charging across the water to the island. The tide was still out so the boat operator charged speedily right at the shore to beach the boat in the sand for the landing. Most of the boat was still in the water, but the very tip of the bow was on the sand. I had to scoot myself along the seat to the bow. Then I climbed up on the top of the bow with my legs hanging over the side to get to the sand to get out. I had to crutch in sand about 20 yards to a boardwalk that was difficult doing. The boardwalk was much easier than crutching on sand as long as my crutch didn't go through the cracks. Going back was just about the same challenge, however when we got back the tide had come in so it was not as hard to get up on the dock. I don't let these kind of challenges keep me from making peaceful photographs.
Cape Lookout Lighthouse on the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA. Giclee printed with gallery wrap on 1.5" heavy duty stretcher bars.
With FREE SHIPPING!

I am a disabled photographer. I am a cancer survivor by having a cancer on my left pelvis. My left pelvis had to be removed as well as the top of my leg bone. The type of cancer does not respond to radiation or chemotherapy; only a saw. After several weeks of mending and more with physical therapy, I got to where I could walk with crutches. I love photography and was determined to do my best with landscape photography as I really appreciate the many beauties our Creator made available for us.

Another example of an early photo outing after surgery I made to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We stopped at the shoreline to take a ferry to the lighthouse. We thought it would be a ferry where we would drive on to take us out. Not so! It was a small boat holding a dozen or so passengers. It was tied up to the dock with the tide out, so the boat was quite a bit lower than the dock. Since I am disabled with only one good leg. I had to swat down on the side of the dock to a sitting position with both legs dangling over the side. Next I had to scoot over the edge and let myself down with my arms until my good leg got to the seat. Once I was there, I swatted down again to get my legs over the seat to the bottom of the boat. Finally I got to sit down. My wife was carrying my crutches for me. The boat ride was fine and was fun charging across the water to the island. The tide was still out so the boat operator charged speedily right at the shore to beach the boat in the sand for the landing. Most of the boat was still in the water, but the very tip of the bow was on the sand. I had to scoot myself along the seat to the bow. Then I climbed up on the top of the bow with my legs hanging over the side to get to the sand to get out. I had to crutch in sand about 20 yards to a boardwalk that was difficult doing. The boardwalk was much easier than crutching on sand as long as my crutch didn't go through the cracks. Going back was just about the same challenge, however when we got back the tide had come in so it was not as hard to get up on the dock. I don't let these kind of challenges keep me from making peaceful photographs.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Giclee Print, Canvas, Archival, pigment inks, three coatings, UV resistant, water resistant, scuff resistant, lasts 100 years, stretched by hand, ready to hang, Heavy Duty Stretcher Bars
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