The greatest great grey of them all Beach Towel

Beach Towel

The greatest great grey of them all

by Owlgoddessphotography
$38.00

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DESCRIPTION

Lay out like a pro with this super comfy, oversized and unique artist-designed Beach Towel. The soft polyester-microfiber front and cotton terry back are perfect for, well, drying your front and back. This design is also available as a bath and hand towel. Machine washable. Towel Dimensions: 74"x37"

ABOUT THE ART

I took a photo of this great grey/gray owl back in the winter of 2012/13. I decided to revisited one of my favorite photos from back then and turn this cute owl into a mirrored image (symmetrical art).
Working in Corel X6 with many layers, burning, dodging this is the end result.
I know there are people and children who are scared of owls so sometimes I try and create a piece making them more whimsical in nature♥

Canon 7D EOS XS
Lens – EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS II
taken at 400mm
on the outskirts of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

You do NOT have permission to draw, paint, edit, copy, reproduce any of my owl photography/art under any circumstance.
This image is © Heather King. You may not use this or any of my images (in whole or in part). All Rights Reserved.
Copying, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of these images without written permission from the artist is strictly prohibited.

I have been battling CHRONIC lyme disease since 2009 because the Canadian medical system failed in a proper diagnosis for YEARS. Thank goodness for the USA as a lyme literate doctor diagnosed me with not only this nightmare of a disease, but also it's co-infections which are bartonella & babesia. It is illegal to treat lyme in it's CHRONIC stage in Canada so I must travel to the US every 3 months for treatment, which isn't covered. Any and all sales from my work go directly towards my treatment for this disease. To learn more about my story please click on the following link:

https://www.generosity.com/medical-fundraising/help-heather-beat-lyme-disease

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