Fine Art Americas (FAA) watermark does NOT appear on sold art as FAA removes the watermark before each sold copy is museum quality printed onto canvass, photo-paper, metal, acrylic or any of FAA's many other available medias regardless of which one is chosen by the buyer.
COPYRIGHT DISCLOSURE NOTICE: THIS IS A COPYRIGHTED, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PROTECTED IMAGE.
Deb and I, Bill, are joint copyright owners of this image and being so we choose to sign our art as follows. If I, Bill, take the photograph then the image is signed BD Hayes; B for Bill, D for Deb and, of course, Hayes is self-explanatory. If Deb takes the image it is signed as DB Hayes. Hopefully, this is not confusing. Personally, we feel artists should sign their work, which is why we do so. Thank you for understanding.
WE are grateful for and honored by the featuring of our "Saint Simon Island Lighthouse" image by the following art groups:
1 = AAA Images: 11/17/2017
2 = Created by Southern Artists: 11/17/2017
3 = USA Photographers ONLY: 11/18/2017
4 = 500 And Beyond Fine Art Group: 11/18/2017
5 = Nikon Full Frame Cameras: 11/18/2017
6 = Arts Fantastic World: 11/20/2017
7 = 10 Plus: 11/21/2017
8 = Pin Me - Daily: 11/21/2017
9 = Seashells And The Seashore: 11/21/2017
10 = Images That Excite You: 11/22/2017
11 = 500 Views - 1 Image A Day: 11/22/2017
12 = What Interrobang 1 A Day: 12/13/2017
13 = Your Very Best Photography: 12/15/2017
14 = New FAA Uploads Limit One a Day: 12/17/2017
On November 11, 2017 Deb and I visited both Jekyll and Saint Simon, two islands lying side by side along the east Georgia coast to photograph all things of interest. While we were on Jekyll Island we found a part of Driftwood Beach we had never visited before. While walking along a path we came upon this scene, which is a view of the sea between Jekyll and Saint Simon and noticed the Saint Simon lighthouse on the far side. The sea was bit rough as one can see in the image plus the early morning was foggy and cloudy. I, Bill, captured this scene from the path using my Nikon D810 camera plus a Sigma 150-600mm lens with a 1.4 extender attached to provide a total view reach of 850 mm.
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"Art Enhances Life"
Bill and Deb Hayes
November 17th, 2017
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