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Landscape Greeting Card featuring the photograph Sedona I by Ron Cline

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Sedona I Greeting Card

Ron Cline

by Ron Cline



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Product Details

Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

The Sedona, Arizona red rock area (south of Flagstaff) is a breath-taking spectacle.

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2 - 3 business days

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Comments (10)

Jean OCallaghan Images

Jean OCallaghan Images

this is a wonderful shot,i was lookin at it for awhile before i read the other comments,i hadnt noticed the face.after reading john buxtons comment it practically jumped out at me.

Larry Ricker

Larry Ricker

Fantastic Color! I've had the pleasure of visiting Sedona a couple of times and this is an excellent image of the area.

Frank Larkin

Frank Larkin

Beautiful shot Ron. Everything seems to blend perfectly. Love it!!!

Ron Cline

Ron Cline

Thanks, John, for the are this first person who has ever noticed the face in the rock!

John Buxton

John Buxton

I like the saturated colours in this. My eye is drawn to the face like features of the rock in the lower third

John Johnson

John Johnson

Thanks for the nice comment about my work. Yours likewise is super, I love this photograph of Sedona, one of the place I love to visit.

Randy Bayne

Randy Bayne

Very nice. Inspires me to get some of my Sedona shots up. You captured the colors very nicely. Thanks for your kind words on Spring Grass. The name's Randy, however.

Ernie Echols

Ernie Echols

Well Captured!! Wonderful colors. Thank you for the comment on Sunset.

Tim Grams

Tim Grams

Wow, excellent colors!

Artist's Description

The Sedona, Arizona red rock area (south of Flagstaff) is a breath-taking spectacle.

About Ron Cline

Ron Cline

Welcome! I am a photographer living in Taos, New Mexico. Originally from the mountains of North Carolina, I grew up practicing art of many types, especially drawing, painting, and photography. My degrees are in art, theatre, and mass media. I began photography at age 12 with a new Sears Tower 35mm, and, since then, a camera has always been near me to capture my environment. I have, over the years, had many jobs unrelated to the arts, but the pursuit of visual expression has always been my passion. My first photography business was Ron Cline Photographics, established when I was in college in 1974, selling prints. Agency Photography was started in 1986 when I got my first jobs taking portraits of celebrities. RCLINEPhotography...