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Gene's Self-Featured Artwork
Mt. Shuksan towers over a tarn. Mt. Baker area, Washington State.
Welcome to my homepage!
This is my onepager, you'll find highlights, tidbits, or latest updates about my photography work. From time to time, I'll put up some clickable links or images that will allow you to see what I've been up to.
Well, just browse and click around, and hopefully you'll find something worth your time...
For general inquiries, please drop me a line or two at my email address below.
Tired staring at your home or office dull blank walls, try liven it up with some gorgeous nature themed fine art prints. Come shop at my FAAfine art photography store now!
Check out my photography website at FAA where my artworks are sold and fulfilled. Artworks can either be custom mounted, or just a standard fine art print. With few clicks of your mouse button, you can customize a potential artwork and view the outcome on screen before hitting the ADD TO CART button.
Choose your artwork, mount(frame,canvas wrap,metal or acrylic), ink paper, and mat(single or double), etc. You can color and size matched your art purchase to avoid surprises once you get your order. What more can I say, at FAA you have all the choices.
Click it away to learn and find out. You won't be disappointed, I promise you! ;-)
At the Nature Scene's galleries, you can view images on your monitor at more substantial and attractive sizes, if that's your "thing".
TheNature Scene site compliments FAA's inability to display bigger images. At FAA, images in the galleries,for security reason, are constrained to scantily 500px or so size to view. Although at FAA, one can gauge an image quality by clicking any part of it and see a partial full-resolution which, for me, is more than enough. But then some does feel the need to view an image bigger on screen. Hence the birth of yet another website, the Nature Scene Photography.