Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistKarol Livote Platinum Member CollectionCOASTAL
Description Marshall Point Lighthouse, Port Clyde, Maine - station established 1832. This lighthouse was built in 1857 and was automated in 1971. Constructed of granite and brick. Is not opened to the public, but the grounds can be visited. A museum is on site. Was used in the movie Forest Gump, as one of his stops during his cross-country run. Sits at the entrance of the Port Clyde harbor and fishing village.Canon EOS 5d Mark II Canon lens 25-105 mm@ 90mm
Karol Livote, Connecticut Member Since September 2010 Artist Statement Inspired by the world around me, I am sent out to capture moments in time, that I hope can find another's soul, the way it has captured mine! Karol Livote
My story is quite simple. I was about ten years old when my sister gave me my first camera. I took right to photography. In my high school days, I was hardly seen without a camera in my hand. I participated in Photography classes and had my own darkroom at my home. Over the years, I have kept up with my photography and I continue to promote my images thru publications and sales. My greatest love is nature and all is has to offer, however, there are times I will focus on other subjects, as well.
It is true that my passion is my photography, but what I do with my photography is my true dream, and that is making a difference with it. Whether it is getting one person to care about our wildlife or perhaps by helping someone realize that they need to look at things differently in their own life. By gettting a person to stop and view captures of moments, perhaps they will come to realize that there is more to a photograph than being just a picture. I hope that people can feel what is in my photography and can stop and smell the roses and make a difference, whether it is with their own life, their family, the nature around them or even a stranger's life.