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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "The Segovia Aqueduct" by W Chris Fooshee. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
The Segovia Aqueduct is one of the largest and best preserved in the Roman empire, a testament to the skills of ancient Rome’s engineers. Located... more
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The Segovia Aqueduct is one of the largest and best preserved in the Roman empire, a testament to the skills of ancient Rome’s engineers. Located in Segovia, Spain, this system, built sometime in the first or second century, was designed to bring water approximately 15 kilometers (almost 10 miles) to the city. The entire system is partially buried underground using the natural landscape to direct water flow. To reach Segovia, it had to cross a deep valley; there, Roman engineers built the Aqueduct of Segovia — a two-tiered set of arches and channels with foundations 6 meters (about 20 feet) deep. Of the few Roman aqueduct still standing, Segovia’s is not only remarkably well-preserved, it continued to supply water to the city from the Frio River well into the 20th century. Almost a kilometer (2,950 ft.) long and at its highest point almost 30-meter (nearly 100 feet), the aqueduct bridge is made up of 167 arches supported by pillars. Its colossal granite blocks are joined witho...
'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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