Spend Christmas With A Spool Photography Print

Well another year is about to end. One where I found myself spending many hours waiting for the light, so many times at remote locations, sometimes very hot and other times bitterly cold dark places where the thought of the local wildlife freaked me out on more than one occasion.

From the Banks of the Swan River on a hot and very humid evening to climbing in complete darkness lost down a steep ravine with every sign of spending the night in the bush using only body warmth to keep you warm (special thanks go out to Jamie and Kirk – thank god I found the way back as I did not want to be the meat in that sandwich) to waking up at 4am to a foot of snow covering the car and a long drive on icy black roads at 12 mile per hr straight UP to Emerald Bay just to catch first light.

Cold, sometimes windy beaches or piers, slippery wet steep long trails to visit a waterfall in Yosemite National Park or lakes with bear scat to remind you that you’re just a visitor – they live there! It has all been extremely enjoyable yet challenging at the same time and I would not change one moment of it especially when you just know you have captured “that shot”, some of which I have waited years to take.

So with many locations visited, shots taken and the site finally up and running I thought it was time for a Spool Photography kinda Christmas with 1 lucky person receiving their choice of 1 large 45 inch print presented on a flat aluminum backing ready to hang.

All you have to do is visit SpoolPhotography.com. Spend some time looking through the images in the galleries and choose your top 3 images in the galleries.  

With 1 being your first choice, 2 your second and 3 your third. 
Then email me your chosen top 3 to info ( at ) spoolphotography dot com

Spool Photography Christmas Giveaway Rules

  • Only the images in the “Edition of 60” may be chosen
  • Only 1 entry per person per household. No PO Box entries
  • Competition is open from November 12th through to November 29th 2008
  • Winner will be drawn November 30th at random and is final
  • There is only 1 prize of 1 print to one lucky person
  • If a 45 inch print is a little large for where you would like to hang the print, a 30 inch will be offered.
  • There is only 1 print giveaway regardless of size chosen.

Good luck to everyone that enters, I look forward to reading your feedback emails.

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About Neal Pritchard

TImeless landscape photography prints by Neal Pritchard
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12 Responses to Spend Christmas With A Spool Photography Print

  1. kirkhille says:

    Going to be a hard choice so many favourite in there 🙂

  2. jamiepatersonphotography says:

    I’m going to be like a kid in a candy shot. So much great work in there.

    Jamie

  3. Jason says:

    Awesome competition Neal. I’ll have to put in an entry 😉

    U know Im still waiting to see how those pics came out at the Sydney Harbour bridge the 2 days I went there with you.. Hint hint

  4. Thanks Kirk – Your too kind

    Thanks Jamie – Same 🙂

    Thanks Jason – My business partner and collector of my prints .. cheers 🙂

  5. Dylan Fox says:

    Spool Photography…. over rated! 😉
    Yeah right my entry will be in very shortly mate would love to get me hands on a print of yours!

  6. Mel says:

    I would love a Spool pic to go up on my wall!Better get crackin!!

  7. generous lil bugger aren’t you! 😛

    cool idea hey. what if the favorite image isn’t on your site? mines the shot you got with the lake and the log in the foreground (in the US). couldn’t find it in your archives and can’t remember the name. just remember it being awesome!! 🙂

  8. Thanks Stephen, call that image El Capitan Over Merced it will be up tomorrow, been working on it today 😉

  9. Mark says:

    Very Generous competition Neal. I will be putting my name in ;
    Having known you for a very, very long time, I recall that pic you took of the Golden Gate Bridge back in ’88 with a 35mm point and shoot camera……. That Pic is Hanging up at my folks place 🙂
    Nowdays Your work is Killer! and Having One of your Pics (On the Lucky winners wall will be a Treat for whoever that may be indeed).
    Cheers!
    Mark

  10. Thanks for stopping by Mark. I remember that pic from “88” of the Golden Gate well. First decent pic I think I ever took. One day I’m going to scan some of those old negs. Would of been nice to take photography more seriously with all the trips we made to some stunning locations back in the 80’s and 90’s ….

    cheers

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