A friend let me borrow the Viking ship , which I photographed along the shore of the lake among some rocks using a low wide angle perspective . Sincerely CameraNut
Would you be interested in letting me use your image as part of my book cover? I would include your name in the book saying that I used your photo in my image, but I will not do so without your consent. Nice picture.
What is the name of the book ? Can I have a copy if you use my photo ? I am honored and flattered that you were impressed by my work . The model ship was a gift from my friend Eric , who has passed away , last year . He was a light-house keeper in Norway and a radio operator during WWII . He immigrated to the United States and worked his way up from truck driver to Purchasing Executive with Rider Truck . He moved from Miami , Fla . to Robbinsville , NC. , where we met and became friends . He always dressed smartly , presented himself well and always thought of others first. You always wonder why God places people in your life and I know there was devine purpose in it . Sincerely CN.
The name of the books are Ravenquest. The author is Raven Pressley. I am only designing the cover, he is the one writing the book and having it published. They aren't much, but I myself would not be able to provide you with a copy of it. Sorry to hear about your friend though. He sounds like he would have been great company. I also live in NC. Small world.
OMG, this is perfect! ❤
This is absolutely excellent.
That is brilliant Good work.
I was definitely inspired when a norwegian friend made a gift of the metal viking ship . I just made use of early morning light and low wide angle perspective at the lake , to add interest . Thank you for the comment and the favorite . Sincerely CameraNut
You have my permission to post my deviation , Vikings in your gallery . Sincerely CameraNut.
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