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Queen duvet cover (88" x 88") featuring the image "A Door in Ljubljana" by W Chris Fooshee. Our soft microfiber duvet covers are hand sewn and include a hidden zipper for easy washing and assembly. Your selected image is printed on the top surface with a soft white surface underneath. All duvet covers are machine washable with cold water and a mild detergent.
A Vienna Secession Door in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The country’s capital, and largest city, is one of Europe's greenest and most liveable capitals. It... more
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A Vienna Secession Door in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The country’s capital, and largest city, is one of Europe's greenest and most liveable capitals. It is a beautiful and architecturally fascinating city. Its river, the Ljubljanica, is believed to have been first spanned by a bridge in the Roman period.Ljubljana, suffered a serious earthquake in 1895, and during reconstruction, the city’s districts were rebuilt in the “Vienna Secession” style, a type of “Art Nouveau”. The two styles intersected, but they were quite different in style and popularity. While works produced in the style of Art Nouveau were organic in shape and detail, items produced during the Vienna Secession were more geometric in design and pattern like this door.
'The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.' ~ Marcel Proust, writer, Paris, 1871-1922. My photographs are not merely a record of what was before my camera, but rather my visualization of the place and time as I remember discovering it, be it a particular mood, impression, or ambiance. These images may bring back memories of your own travels or they might inspire, you in some small way to venture off and maybe discover exciting, new landscapes of your own. But in the meantime, consider placing one of these photographs on your wall as a window to foreign lands. A note to those who purchase one of my images, you have my deepest thanks. I am honored that you have chosen one of my photographs...
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