Black and White Architecture Photograph — Route 66 Wall Art — Kansas' Rainbow Bridge Documentary Photo — Americana Art by Liberty Images

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Black and White Architecture Photograph — Route 66 Wall Art — Kansas' Rainbow Bridge Documentary Photo — Americana Art by Liberty Images

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

Canon Camera, Archival Photograph Paper, Soft Lustre Finish Photo Paper

Dimensions

Height: 7 Inches; Width: 10 Inches

Route 66's last surviving marsh arch bridge, affectionally known as the "Rainbow Bridge", fades into the distance in this black and white documentary photo. America's great Mother Road runs between the lovely rainbow-style arches for which this bridge is named, straight up to the bottom frame of this photo; indeed, the surface of Route 66 itself fills much of the frame, because I decided to actually lie down on the ground (in a skirt, no less) to take this photo of the Rainbow Bridge's delightful architecture. Thus, we are really and truly looking right through the bridge, its arches rising up on either side of the frame, the straight, tall, concrete banister railings on either side clearly visible in a pair of neat, tidy rows with twin steel trusses connecting the two arches.

Still, my focus in this photograph of the Rainbow Bridge was on the foreground; a large aperture gave me a shallow depth of field so that the painted Route 66 shield alone is what is in focus. The white concrete bridge itself rises beyond, soaring into the silvery sky, out of focus but still clearly beautiful. I chose black and white for this photo in order to focus on the architecture of the bridge and the texture of the Mother Road crossing it.


Photograph Title: Rainbow Bridge
Print Size: 7x10 with a .4ish-.5" white border; please ask about additional sizes
Photograph Orientation: Horizontal
Photograph Taken In: Between Riverton and Baxter Springs, Kansas, USA


The pavement heading to the bridge being as old as it is, and subject to the vagaries of Kansas' midwestern weather, there are a few cracks; one runs to the frame's left, and another right through the US Route 66 shield, racing straight down the bridge, as if eager to make its own westward journey.

Built in 1923, the pretty single-span concrete bridge was bypassed by a new, less hairpin-esque turn of Route 66, and the state ordered the last of the Kansas 66 Rainbow bridges to be torn down. Happily, the Kansas Route 66 Association fought for and won the concrete bridge's preservation, wielding as pro-preservation wedges not only the bridge's gracefulness, only a hint of which can be seen in my photo, and its being the last of Kansas' Marsh Arch bridges on the Mother Road, but its being placed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.


You may enjoy seeing more of my Mother Road photography:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages?section_id=21384531


≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ About Your Limited-Edition Route 66 Architecture Photograph ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈

• The limited-edition black & white documentary photo you receive will not be watermarked.

• I personally sign & number the back of each art photograph. After 776 prints are made, the edition is closed and the photograph will no longer be available for sale.

• My photographs are professionally printed at the highest resolution on archival photo paper with a matte finish to be smudge, fade, and water resistant.

• Very few of my art photographs are a standard print or frame size; thus each print has a slender white border surrounding the photograph itself. This border not only allows you to buy a frame 'off the rack', but serves to lend a bit of additional protection to the actual photograph itself from any serious damage.

• A signed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each photo print.

• Signed photographs are carefully wrapped in acid-free tissue, sandwiched between pieces of foam core, and mailed First Class. Once I have a tracking number, it will be sent to you.

• My monitor is professionally calibrated for colour; therefore, the colours in your received print may be slightly different from what you see displayed online.


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My shop policies & shipping information are available here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages#policies


Have a question about my documentary Route 66 photography? Would you like a different size of this photo? Please do not hesitate to drop me a line using the 'Ask A Question' button.


Don't forget to take a peek at the rest of my limited-edition photographs:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages


Copyright Liberty Images, all rights reserved. Please note that image copyright does not transfer with purchase of print; for information about licensing any of my photographs, do send a convo.

Thanks for shopping at Liberty Images!
Route 66's last surviving marsh arch bridge, affectionally known as the "Rainbow Bridge", fades into the distance in this black and white documentary photo. America's great Mother Road runs between the lovely rainbow-style arches for which this bridge is named, straight up to the bottom frame of this photo; indeed, the surface of Route 66 itself fills much of the frame, because I decided to actually lie down on the ground (in a skirt, no less) to take this photo of the Rainbow Bridge's delightful architecture. Thus, we are really and truly looking right through the bridge, its arches rising up on either side of the frame, the straight, tall, concrete banister railings on either side clearly visible in a pair of neat, tidy rows with twin steel trusses connecting the two arches.

Still, my focus in this photograph of the Rainbow Bridge was on the foreground; a large aperture gave me a shallow depth of field so that the painted Route 66 shield alone is what is in focus. The white concrete bridge itself rises beyond, soaring into the silvery sky, out of focus but still clearly beautiful. I chose black and white for this photo in order to focus on the architecture of the bridge and the texture of the Mother Road crossing it.


Photograph Title: Rainbow Bridge
Print Size: 7x10 with a .4ish-.5" white border; please ask about additional sizes
Photograph Orientation: Horizontal
Photograph Taken In: Between Riverton and Baxter Springs, Kansas, USA


The pavement heading to the bridge being as old as it is, and subject to the vagaries of Kansas' midwestern weather, there are a few cracks; one runs to the frame's left, and another right through the US Route 66 shield, racing straight down the bridge, as if eager to make its own westward journey.

Built in 1923, the pretty single-span concrete bridge was bypassed by a new, less hairpin-esque turn of Route 66, and the state ordered the last of the Kansas 66 Rainbow bridges to be torn down. Happily, the Kansas Route 66 Association fought for and won the concrete bridge's preservation, wielding as pro-preservation wedges not only the bridge's gracefulness, only a hint of which can be seen in my photo, and its being the last of Kansas' Marsh Arch bridges on the Mother Road, but its being placed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.


You may enjoy seeing more of my Mother Road photography:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages?section_id=21384531


≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ About Your Limited-Edition Route 66 Architecture Photograph ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈

• The limited-edition black & white documentary photo you receive will not be watermarked.

• I personally sign & number the back of each art photograph. After 776 prints are made, the edition is closed and the photograph will no longer be available for sale.

• My photographs are professionally printed at the highest resolution on archival photo paper with a matte finish to be smudge, fade, and water resistant.

• Very few of my art photographs are a standard print or frame size; thus each print has a slender white border surrounding the photograph itself. This border not only allows you to buy a frame 'off the rack', but serves to lend a bit of additional protection to the actual photograph itself from any serious damage.

• A signed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each photo print.

• Signed photographs are carefully wrapped in acid-free tissue, sandwiched between pieces of foam core, and mailed First Class. Once I have a tracking number, it will be sent to you.

• My monitor is professionally calibrated for colour; therefore, the colours in your received print may be slightly different from what you see displayed online.


≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈ ≈


My shop policies & shipping information are available here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages#policies


Have a question about my documentary Route 66 photography? Would you like a different size of this photo? Please do not hesitate to drop me a line using the 'Ask A Question' button.


Don't forget to take a peek at the rest of my limited-edition photographs:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LibertyImages


Copyright Liberty Images, all rights reserved. Please note that image copyright does not transfer with purchase of print; for information about licensing any of my photographs, do send a convo.

Thanks for shopping at Liberty Images!

Shipping & returns

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Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

Reviews

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
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Returns and exchange details

It is my desire for you to be entirely happy with your purchase, so I try to keep my policies fair.

If for any reason you are not satisfied with your photo, please contact me within seven business days after receiving the photo print, and I'll work to come to an agreement that we're both happy with. Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs as well as items not returned in their original condition.

Shipping policies

Items will be shipped first-class within three days (smaller prints up to 9x12 generally ship the next day; larger items require a trip to our rural post office and may unfortunately take up to three days to ship). Should I be out of town on a photo shoot or on holiday, I will post this in my shop updates and also note the shipping delay in your emailed invoice.

Your ship-to and payment method addresses need to match. If you're sending the item as a gift to someone else, just let me know in a note at the time you order. If a package is returned to me due to an address error on your part, you will be responsible for the cost of re-shipping the item.

Prints are lovingly packaged very securely and shipped flat, enclosed in acid-free tissue paper, protected by twin pieces of foam core and a Tyvek envelope, all in an attempt to thwart any potential damage during their trip via USPS.

If you'd like insurance, let me know and I am more than happy to acquire it for you and bill you for the amount; usually this is not terribly expensive: about $1 US for an order up to $100.

Should an order be lost or not arrive in a respectable amount of time, we'll do our best to find it together. Ultimately, a lost item will be my responsibility; a replacement print will be sent to you at no cost.

If you prefer a shipping vendor other than the USPS, let me know and we'll work it out. Remember: I want you to be a happy customer.
Items will be shipped first-class within three days (smaller prints up to 9x12 generally ship the next day; larger items require a trip to our rural post office and may unfortunately take up to three days to ship). Should I be out of town on a photo shoot or on holiday, I will post this in my shop updates and also note the shipping delay in your emailed invoice.

Your ship-to and payment method addresses need to match. If you're sending the item as a gift to someone else, just let me know in a note at the time you order. If a package is returned to me due to an address error on your part, you will be responsible for the cost of re-shipping the item.

Prints are lovingly packaged very securely and shipped flat, enclosed in acid-free tissue paper, protected by twin pieces of foam core and a Tyvek envelope, all in an attempt to thwart any potential damage during their trip via USPS.

If you'd like insurance, let me know and I am more than happy to acquire it for you and bill you for the amount; usually this is not terribly expensive: about $1 US for an order up to $100.

Should an order be lost or not arrive in a respectable amount of time, we'll do our best to find it together. Ultimately, a lost item will be my responsibility; a replacement print will be sent to you at no cost.

If you prefer a shipping vendor other than the USPS, let me know and we'll work it out. Remember: I want you to be a happy customer.

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If you don't pay within 72 hours, the item will be re-listed unless we've had communications agreeing otherwise.

Also, please keep in mind that sales tax must be added to any items shipped to Ohio addresses.

Items are not packaged and shipped until payment is received, so the faster you pay, the faster I can ship!

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Additional policies

I'm very happy to work with you in creating different sizes of prints or sets of corresponding work, so feel free to peruse my Flickr stream to see if there's anything you'd like for your walls or someone else:

http://Flickr.com/zachsdame

There, you'll find many more examples of my classic car, Route 66, equine, and Americana photography!

All images and other content Copyright 1995 - 2017 by Jen Baker and Liberty Images. All rights reserved by the artist. Buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image. Any and all publishing and reproduction rights are reserved solely by the artist.

Unauthorized use, downloading, copying, editing, reproduction, publication, duplication and distribution of the digital photos, or any portion of them, may result in legal and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum possible extent under the law. Permission required for copying, printing and downloading. For permission, contact via convo system or email to Jen * at * LibertyImagesPhotography-dot-com. In other words: Please simply ask first. Despite the (unfortunately) necessary disclaimer, I'm a pretty cheerful and good-natured person. Thank you!
I'm very happy to work with you in creating different sizes of prints or sets of corresponding work, so feel free to peruse my Flickr stream to see if there's anything you'd like for your walls or someone else:

http://Flickr.com/zachsdame

There, you'll find many more examples of my classic car, Route 66, equine, and Americana photography!

All images and other content Copyright 1995 - 2017 by Jen Baker and Liberty Images. All rights reserved by the artist. Buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image. Any and all publishing and reproduction rights are reserved solely by the artist.

Unauthorized use, downloading, copying, editing, reproduction, publication, duplication and distribution of the digital photos, or any portion of them, may result in legal and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum possible extent under the law. Permission required for copying, printing and downloading. For permission, contact via convo system or email to Jen * at * LibertyImagesPhotography-dot-com. In other words: Please simply ask first. Despite the (unfortunately) necessary disclaimer, I'm a pretty cheerful and good-natured person. Thank you!

As few of my finished photographs are standard frame size, each of my photographic prints has a white border all the way around the image. This not only means you can buy a frame 'off the rack' if you do not want a custom frame, but the white border does protect the image itself from errant fingerprints or other unintentional damage.
Since these photographs are my own interpretation of the sights as seen by me, I am sorry, but I generally will not make a colour photo black & white or vice-versa. Occasionally during post-production I'll be unable to decide which I like better and publish both, but while it does happen, it's not often, and the image I do release is not arbitrary, but the one I think best suits the subject and composition. Thanks for understanding this.

LibertyImages made this item with help from

  • White House Custom Color, MN, United States
LibertyImages made this item with help from:
  • White House Custom Color, MN, United States

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