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Window Bath Towel featuring the photograph Posted by Chris Lord

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Posted Bath Towel

Chris Lord

by Chris Lord




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Product Details

Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Design Details

In spite of the fancy curtains and the no trespassing sign this house is long abandoned, keep out, it's probably haunted!

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

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Comments (8)

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

My most sincere thanks to host PENG SHI for the honor of a FEATURE in the group "MIND-BLOWING PHOTOGRAPHY"

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Sincerest thanks to host NINA PROMMER for the honor of a FEATURE in the group "ART - IT IS GOOD FOR YOU"

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Delighted to find another FEATURE. Much thanks to host JULIE GRIMSHAW for this one in the group "YOUR STORY OF ART"

Linda Howes

Linda Howes

Very cool Chris! l/f

Chris Lord replied:

Delighted to hear that you liked it, thanks so much, Linda, cheers

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

A very sincere thank you to host NADER RANGIDAN for the honor of a FEATURE in the group "FINE ART EXPLORATION PHOTOGRAPHY"

Meg Shearer

Meg Shearer

I love the atmosphere and light and shadows and tones! There's a story here for sure! Beautifully done!

Chris Lord replied:

Of course, we ignored the sign and found our way inside! It was indeed, quite a story! :-) Thanks very much, Meg, cheers

Chris Armytage

Chris Armytage

Great image Chris, congrats on your feature!

Chris Lord replied:

Thanks a million, Chris. I really appreciate that, cheers

Steve Rich

Steve Rich

Your image has been FEATURED on the homepage of "The Meandering Photographer” Please consider adding your photo to the "Feature History, The Meandering Photographer (Jan-March 2023)" active discussion thread. 3-21-2023.

Chris Lord replied:

Gosh, that was a FAST feature! Thank you so much Steve, cheers

Artist's Description

In spite of the fancy curtains and the no trespassing sign this house is long abandoned, keep out, it's probably haunted!

About Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Contemporary Photographic Art and Travel Photography. I'm the Head Pixie and Pixel Pusher at Pixielated Pixels, British born and bred but New York City-based. I first picked up a camera over 50 years ago. After all these years I am finally happy, creating the images I always dreamed of. Shooting film and printing in the darkroom never gave me as much pleasure as powerful computers and Adobe's wonderful software does today. I began working with computers in the mid-1980s, and now I have become confident and competent with the tools at hand and feel that the world has finally caught up with my eclectic artistic vision. Intense and powerful colors and a somewhat surreal take on reality are the way my mind works and I enjoy producing images...