Monday, December 1, 2014

Sold the second two weeks of November . . .

The last two weeks of November were good ones, with a variety of photos sold, ranging from images as large as three feet on a side to notecards to a cell phone case. The TWA picture sold twice, once as a print and then again as a package of notecards. The "Silent Night" tree sold, too, as a notecard package.

I'm always happy to see my "Raven and Cat" picture sell because it's one of my favorites. The tall, skinny tryptich of images I made in Santa Fe also sold, which pleased me a lot because (a) it's different and (b) I particularly like it. And then the "Baja Landscape" image also sold, three feet by three feet in size, which is great because although I love it, I've been wondering why it's not sold before now.

I share this info with you all not necessarily to brag, but to show that you never know what's going to sell, nor why.  I must say, however, that I'm incredibly pleased at how well my work is doing. The fact that people will actually spend money to have my images as a part of their lives is enormously satisfying and quite flattering. I am so thankful. ©Carol Leigh
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