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Animal Image offers an exclusive selection of gallery-quality photographs for display in your home and office. 

Printed on long-lasting Kodak Professional Endura Metallic paper, these prints have intense visual interest and depth.  Sometimes described as "chrome on paper," metallic prints are made from a special combination of film laminate layers to produce striking, three-dimensional images on an ultra-bright background. These durable prints are extremely fade-resistant--in fact, it's recommended that metallic prints be displayed in a well-lit or sunny area  to fully enjoy their unique visual qualities.

Each  limited-edition print is signed, dated and numbered, and is available in lengths of 24, 36, or 60 inches (price list is at the bottom of this page).  Custom and super-sizes are also available on request.

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AbovePhilipsburg Manor, New York.   (Image No. 101509.0113.33.34) 

Philipsburg Manor (sometimes referred to as Philipse Manor) was an English manor and farming complex  in the village of Sleepy Hollow that operated between 1693 and 1779.  Shown here is the old stone manor house and one of the grist mills, both built by African slaves in 1693.   It is said that Washington Irving, author of the famous 1820 short story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, drew inspiration for his tale of terror from visiting this property.   Today Philpsburg is a fully restored and  recognized National Historic Landmark.


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above left: Pocantico River, Sleepy Hollow.   Image No. 101509.0113.15 above center: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, New York.  Image No. 101908.1225.4 above right: Pocantico River headwaters, Sleepy Hollow. Image No. 101908.1225.9
101509.0113. (563705 bytes) The pristine Pocantico River meanders  between Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and the Rockefeller State Preserve.  Originally settled by native Americans of the Wecquaesgeek tribes, Pocantico  literally translates as "running between two hills." 

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The War Dog Memorial, Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, New York.

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Unveiled in 1923, this bronze German shepherd Red Cross dog stands atop a ten-ton granite boulder inscribed, "Dedicated to the memory of the WAR DOG.   Erected by public contribution by dog lovers, to man's most faithful friend for the valiant services rendered in the World War, 1914-1918."

Proceeds from the sale of this print benefit the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery Beautification Fund.

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Print sizes :

24 inches long . . .$60.00

36 inches long. . .$125.00

60 inches long . . .$230.00                Shipping and handling not                                                              included.  Texas  residents add                                                              8.25% sales tax.

Checks or money orders can be made payable to: 

Animal Image Photography

1000 Liberty Park Drive Unit 509 / Austin, Texas 78746



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