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Dandelion Poster featuring the photograph Days gone by by GLENN Mohs


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8.00" x 8.00"


10.00" x 10.00"


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Days gone by Poster


by GLENN Mohs


Product Details

Days gone by poster by GLENN Mohs.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Breathe life into your interior space with this limited edition print. Designed to completely transform the look of any room.
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Days gone by Photograph by GLENN Mohs


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posters dandelion weeds

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photographs dandelion weeds

Artist's Description

Breathe life into your interior space with this limited edition print. Designed to completely transform the look of any room.
Days gone by
Dandelions are both beautiful and whimsical. While most people find them intrusive and do everything possible to exterminate what they call weeds from their lawns I find them interesting. Everything in nature struggles to live.
The lowly dandelion serves nectar to bees and then drops its seeds.
The structure of dandelions is evident only when viewed close up and a field of yellow dandelions lasts only a short time before turning grey.
On your wall it is sure to start conversations about the role of dandelions in nature.

About GLENN Mohs


My artwork is focused on bringing out the emotion of the location to you the viewer. If the photograph puts a smile on your face, then I have achieved my goal. You are invited to enjoy evocative scenes of the world as it is and on occasion as it could be. My career in photography began over forty years ago when I purchased a Polaroid camera that popped out small prints on hard paper after having been waved in the breeze. A series of simple cameras followed until I realized that photography was more than a hobby, and it became a passion, one that I still enjoy today. I challenge myself to find new and interesting locations and use the wonder of changing light and weather to present to you, the viewer what it feels like to be there, and to...



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