It’s taken a little longer for me to get my 2011 improvements programmed in, but I’ve been diligently working on it, when not preoccupied with health scares, photo editing or more recently, discovering how dense media studies reading can be when you have, erm.. no background in it at all. But one challenge at a time. As of today, Where The Road Goes has a store. Yes, ladies and gentlemen – a store.

If you have ever found yourself wishing that you could have some of the pics that occasionally come out of my camera stuffed and mounted as a nice, durable poster, then you are in luck. There is now a shiny new Buy Prints link on the left, which will take you to a store that will allow you to do just that.

If you have ever found yourself wishing that you could have some of the pics that occasionally come out of my camera stuffed and mounted as a nice, durable poster, then you are in luck.

At the moment, it’s divided into two kinds of prints – ones which are straight ultra-high resolution versions of some of the more popular images on this site, and ones which are similar, except that they carry the text of some of the posts on this site. Both sets are expanding as fast as I am able to trace original images on my computer and make them look beautiful again, but if there is any particular image, or post (or image & post combination) that you feel particularly strongly should make an appearance in the Print Store, then let me know and – especially for you – I will make sure it gets put up sharpish.

So excuse the HTML workmen as they stomp over the pages for now – the finer points of layout will be finalised shortly. I’m hoping that – as the collection grows – you find nothing but beautiful things on the other side of that link.

Categories: Photography
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  • Katherine Furman

    I already have the Rasberry poster. It is awesome :-)

  • Teri Carns

    This picture of the market with the satellite dishes and pickup trucks is mesmerizing. Is there a copy available? Thanks –

  • Hi Teri

    Thanks for the compliment! I’ve gone and put it in the shop now. :)

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