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Buy unique black and white fine art photo greeting cards: The story of Eye

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March 25, 1990: I'm driving the back roads of Clinton County, Ohio looking for things to photograph. An old, rusty, beat-up grain bin catches my eye. On the door of the bin is the name "BUCKEYE."

I notice the vent holes in the body of the structure look a lot like eyes. BUCKEYE. Hmmm. Could this possibly work as a photograph? A more experienced photographer might know the answer to that question right away. But sometimes I need to see it in print. Goodness knows I've gone through a lot of film for images that "don't work."

But I'm glad I chose to shoot this one. It's one of my favorites - it's visually interesting and has elements of humor and curiosity. And the vines penetrating the "eyes" are a little macabre.

On the front is a quote by eighteenth-century poet and essayist Jonathan Swift: "Vision is the art of seeing things invisible."

Buy this unique black and white fine-art photo greeting card with the inside blank or with the greeting "I love the way you see things." Each 4 1/2" x 6" folded card comes with a white envelope.

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Blank inside $2.25 each
NZ-327
Quantity - 6 - $11.40
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NZ-327-6
Greeted inside:

"I love the way you see things"
$2.25 each
NZ-327G
Quantity - 6 - $11.40
($1.90 each)
NZ-327G-6

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