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Old country fence fine art photography print.

The Old Fence line - Blue Misty Morning
Image size: 8" X 10" or 16" X 20" Please make your selection at the top right of this listing.

Frost heavily laden on dead seed heads. A beautiful late Autumn scene, on a pretty, blue misty morning. This is such a beautiful print I wish you could see it in person!

• Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own •
~Henry David Thoreau

- Watermark will not appear on your print -

If you would like a different size, please convo me and I will create a custom listing for you. I do have this print listed in a larger, 11" X 14" size which can be found here:


I have printed this on Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper (professional grade). I only use archival inks to provide the longest life to my photographs. Printed on my professional printer that produces exhibition quality prints.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

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All images © Angie Rea and protected under US and International copyright law and may not be used without permission. All RIGHTS RESERVED.

Non U.S.A. customers: International orders may incur duty fees upon arrival into your country, of which I cannot predict.

Old Fence Line, Blue Misty Morning, A Simple Life, Country Living, Rustic Country Decor, Autumn Season, Mother's Day Sale

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival inks, old country fence
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 134 reviews
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