Printed: My Photos Off the Screen and On Walls


I often share my photos as they appear on screen, but in this post, I want to share what my photos look like off the screen and in a frame.  I am offering 15% off prints and canvases with code "fall2020" now through November 14.  Click here to browse available prints.


I love the unique frame on this photo of Nauset Light in Eastham, MA.


I like the choice of this photo of Nauset Light Beach in Eastham, MA as a canvas.


This photo of a sunrise in Trinity, Newfoundland, livens up a kitchen wall.


This photo of a sunset at Cannon Beach, Oregon, looks great with a solid black frame.


This photo of the Grand Canyon South Rim goes nicely with the wall color.


I love the way the blue in this photo of Oxbow Bend in Wyoming blends with the blue elements in the room.


This photo of Lake Louise adds some color to this bathroom.


I like the grouping of these four photos taken in Europe.


This photo of the T.A. Moulton barn rounds out this room nicely.


This is an example of how a gallery wall can look.  This is a gallery wall in my previous living room comprised of my photos.


Some text adds a sense of place to this photo of The Grove in Los Angeles.


I like this placement of this photo taken in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris in this hallway.


This photo is one of my favorites that I have taken at Nipper Knolls Equine Center in Granville, NY (formerly Gansevoort).  Did you know that if you purchase a print from my Nipper Knolls gallery, I donate 100% of my profit to their program?


I like how the blue in this photo of Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park in California brings out the other blues in this kitchen.


In this photo you see a grouping of four photos I have taken at Walt Disney World.


This is a special pairing of photos hanging on my wall (and that's Franny the Cat in the foreground!).  Both were taken on Main Street USA.  On the left is Disneyland and the left is Walt Disney World.  I didn't set out to create this pairing when I took each of these photos, but when I saw how similar they came out, I decided to put them together.  I purchased a custom mat from Matboard and More (who had great customer service in making sure I got the size I was looking for).  A lot of people don't even realize at first that these are two separate photos because of how similar they look.


These photos of retired thoroughbreds at Old Friends at Cabin Creek in Greenfield, NY are hanging on the wall at the Saratoga office of O'Connell & Aronowitz.  If you purchase a print from my Old Friends at Cabin Creek Gallery, I donate 100% of my profit to the farm.


My photo of a horse and exercise rider at the Oklahoma Training Track in Saratoga Springs, NY is hanging on the wall at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame as part of their second annual "Photo Finish" juried exhibition.


Here I am posing next to it at the museum.


I donated this photo of downtown Saratoga for the Saratoga Children's Museum's 25th Annual Birthday Party back in 2015.


I love the choice of this photo of Mayo Beach in Wellfleet, MA in this nautical themed porch.


Here is a close up of it.


These photos from four very distant locations make a nice grouping on this office wall.


This photo I took along the Saratoga and North Creek Railroad was one of three photos on display at Saratoga Arts as part of their 10x10 Exhibition back in 2016.


Here I am posing with the photo.


This photo of a window at Inglenook Winery in Napa Valley, California, fits in nicely on this wall.

To order prints and canvases of my photos, be sure to visit my website.  I'm offering a 15% discount with code "fall2020" now through November 14.  The only exclusions are prints from the Nipper Knolls and Old Friends at Cabin Creek galleries, as profits from those galleries are donated to those respective organizations.  It's not too early to start thinking of holiday gifts!

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All photos in this post © Samantha Decker and may not be reused without permission.


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