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Not Too Shabby

Not Too Shabby

Regular price $124.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $124.00 USD
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  • Roses, antique chair, books and clock shabby chic photography print
  • Ready to hang photo
  • Bright picture quality

Frame Options


  • Matte canvas finish
  • Hand-stretched canvas on a real wood frame
  • High-resolution photo printing in vivid colors
  • UV-resistant inks, totally free of solvents


      • Sleek and glossy acrylic finish
      • Beautiful shimmering depth effect
      • Resistant to UV and moisture damage
      • Meticulously cut with polished edges

      Story Behind The Lens: In my backyard I have this area between our house and the lake that I call “The Green Alley”. This Green Alley offers an incredible place to shoot my still life photos. It is overgrown with lush grass and trees and the lighting is beautiful and filters through the branches. With my granddaughters help holding up random branches so the lighting hits my display, this is my favorite spot for taking photos of the beautiful roses in this exhibit.

      In My Own Backyard Sarasota, Florida 2020

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      Photo of Jules Bakker


      Jules Bakker

      My journey in photography is a testament to the power of passion, self-discovery, and the art of learning by doing. I did not start with formal education in photography; instead, my camera quite literally fell into my lap, becoming the catalyst for my self-taught odyssey. 

      Every image I create is a celebration of this unique journey – a blend of raw talent, boundless curiosity, and an unwavering commitment to the art of photography. It is a reminder that artistic mastery is not confined to the walls of a classroom but can emerge from a genuine love for the craft and the relentless pursuit of one’s creative vision.