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Lasting Impressions
That says a lot.
Winter 2001
Birth Dreams
Review
A Key To Peace
People,
Places, and Things.
All "Lasting Impressions."
Images by David Hebble.
All right reserved.

With Every Turn Of The Page
There Is A Song.
Wait -- For It To Arrive.
And Adjust ... your volume.
Just one image or a simple picture can represent
the Heritage of many Lifetimes and oceans of
people. It is not about good or bad. It is about
History. And having the mission ... to preserve it

In this section - "People, Places, and Things" - we took the liberty to present the unique. Not only
to present the images that Tell a Story as we have before, but that the image it "self" tells a story. In the
manner of an individual photo it self being seen as: a single piece of Art. As in --the way it translates. The
first things that come at you. What the image feels like when you look at it or what the image makes you
feel like. If you understand the difference between the two. The impression. Here David Hebble a skilled
Lensman develops a technique by hand that allows a photo to be transformed into something you might see
on canvas, somehing someone might do with oil paints. Surely not just a photo. And to our delight we are
pleased to have been able to present it. "The Impressionist Series" by David Hebble. David has also
developed The Impressionist Series on fold open Cards in box sets. For prices and availability you can
check out www.DavidHebblePhotography.com --The image featured here is called "Stars and Stripes."
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