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  • Materials: photo, camera, black and white

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I'm an avid photographer and I'm always looking for rustic and natural looking photo shots. I got married in the Grand Tetons as a destination wedding and had a little time to get some great shots of the old barns on Mormon Row in the Grand Teton National Park. I was able to capture exactly what I was looking for in this photo. The black and white just adds to it. This photo actually won first place and overall in the black and white amateur photographer's division in South Carolina. I've had requests to sell them so here we are.

Print size: 8.5x11 (8x12) or 9x12 (I have a canon 7D so it is a full frame. 8x10's cut off the photo so I can't print them that size). It depends on who I get to print them as I don't have a printer. The copyright won't appear on the front of the photo. It will, however, be on the back. It will be printed on Fuji Crystal archival paper and RA-4 chemistry for the longest lasting prints in the industry.

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All sales are final, so be sure to ask any and all questions before placing an order! I will not refund on a personalized item unless it is misspelled on my part. If you send me a message and it is misspelled in the message, I can't help you. I will not refund on a shipping delay or if your item didn't arrive when it was supposed to unless you paid for overnight shipping OR I didn't ship it out in the time allotted on the shipping profile. I'm sorry, but I'm not responsible for the post office workers. Once it leaves my hands and goes to the postal worker, it is out of my control.
I do want everyone who shops at my store to be completely satisfied though, so if any problems arise, contact me and I am sure we can work something out. I am human and make mistakes so if a fly falls off the earring or a piece breaks, please don't hesitate to contact me. If something happens to your favorite pair and you want another, message me because I will offer a discount. Now, if an items breaks because you dropped it from a 50ft building, sorry, I can't replace it unless you pay for it. Although, if it doesn't break from a 50ft fall, I'd be pretty impressed and would want to know:)

For every nature and outdoors lover

I have been doing artwork and photography for awhile now and recently started making jewelry. I had made a pair of the upcycled fly fishing fly earrings and wore them to a fisheries conference and boy, the women there went nuts! I ended up making a few pairs and decided to try to sell them on Etsy. I also donate a lot of artwork, prints, jewelry, and cards to various organizations (Audubon Society, Sierra Club, Wildlife Federation, etc etc) and had many people ask for custom orders. Well, that is when I broadened my etsy page. Speaking of my etsy page, you're probably wondering why EquusFancy. I wanted another name but it was already taken but for you that don't know me, I am very passionate about horses. I don't mean I like them. It is beyond that. I am extremely passionate about wild horses. I have plans to add more horse art and photos but Equus is the species of the scientific name of the Feral (Wild) horse. Yes, I know, I'm a nerd, but hey, we all have our interests. But why have an etsy shop when I have a job and a passion? Well.....
I'm getting out of the Army guard and wanted something to fill that void. Plus, I love unique, nature-outdoorsy jewelry and I know there are plenty of people out there that do as well. 
My "shop" is my little craft room, where I can go to get away from the world if I can't get out fishing or hiking. I suffer from an Army injury so I can't run as much as I used to so I have focused on walking and creating. I enjoy the happiness and excitement that my items bring. My aim is not to really make money but to provide something unique and nature-ly gratifying.