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Infrared iPhone 14 Case featuring the photograph Bosque del Apache - Infrared by Britt Runyon

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Bosque del Apache - Infrared iPhone 14 Case

Britt Runyon

by Britt Runyon

$30.00

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Bosque del Apache - Infrared iPhone 14 case by Britt Runyon.   Protect your iPhone 14 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your iPhone 14 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

Design Details

This image was taken at the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge in the Rio Grande valley, New Mexico. The sun was setting, the view is looking East... more

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Comments (2)

Steven Bateson

Steven Bateson

Britt Runyon the New Mexico Land of Enchantment Group is honored that you chose to submit your work to the group and we are proud to feature your magnificent image on the Homepage in the Featured Images.

Roger Passman

Roger Passman

Congratulations! Your stunning image is featured by the All Southwest Art and Artists Group. You are invited to post your featured image to the featured image discussion thread as a permanent place to continue to get exposure even after the image is no longer available on the home page. Here is the shortened link to use for placing your image into our archive: http://bit.ly/29dMsgB — — Here is another shortened link for you with directions for placing an embedded image in the discussion thread if you aren’t sure how to do so: http://bit.ly/29gHd04

Britt Runyon replied:

Thanks for the "feature"!

Protect your with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case.   The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation.   Simply snap the case onto your for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

Artist's Description

This image was taken at the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge in the Rio Grande valley, New Mexico. The sun was setting, the view is looking East with few clouds and low light. The Bosque del Apache, in southern Socorro County, New Mexico, is administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The first infrared photographs were not published until 1910. Infrared photography became popular with photography enthusiasts in the 1930s when suitable film was introduced commercially.

About Britt Runyon

Britt Runyon

I am a New Mexico based Adventure Riding/Rafting/SCUBA Outdoor Digital Photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide. Capturing an image in my camera is but the first step in an artistic process. That initial bit of information then can pass through countless permutations before being declared complete. The journey from capture to completion is a lawless territory.

 

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