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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels. Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption. The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton. Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.
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Copyright © Sebastian Musial. All Rights Reserved. No watermark shall appear on any purchased item. The white, pyramid shaped tower that is known as the North Breakwater Lighthouse has a history that's as fascinating as its structure. With $6,000 from Congress, the first Ludington lighthouse was constructed on the outer end of the south pier, and lit in 1871. Standing only 25 feet, the upper section housed a service room, which the lighthouse keeper could use during inclement weather. Money was no problem when it came to constructing Lake Michigan pierhead lighthouses, but Congress frequently dragged its feet in appropriating funds for the construction of keeper's dwellings. Edwin Slyfield, lighthouse keeper in 1891, encountered dangerous conditions when he had to navigate the pier during November gales in order to service the light. It wasn't until 1900 that a keeper's quarters was finally constructed, and Mr. Slyfield and his family finally had a home. The Army Corps of Engineer...
Follow @sebphotog Like my facebook page to receive a discount. Sebastian Musial was born and raised in Wroclaw (Poland), a city founded some 1000 years ago. Surrounded by medieval churches and modern buildings, Sebastian learned to find the extraordinary in the everyday world. When he was about to enter high school, he got his very own camera. A used Russian Zenit may not have been state of the art, but it allowed Sebastian to pursue his fascination with photography and share what he saw with others. Shortly after turning sixteen, Sebastian and his family moved to Chicago. Even before the big move, Sebastianï¿½s parents instilled in him the love of travel. After many family trips to various National Parks, he was ready to...
great work. I love what the wide angle lens does to the lines. great colors. Peace, Sven
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awesome composition and colour
Very dramatic shot with the lighting just right. I can't tell if I like this one the most, or the one showing the water-washed concrete in daylight. Both are excellent.