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by Frederic Bourrigaud
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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.
The Étoile de France is a topsail schooner with a wooden hull built in 1938 by the Rasmus Moller shipyard in DENMARK on behalf of Captain Nielsen... more
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Round Beach Towel
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
The Étoile de France is a topsail schooner with a wooden hull built in 1938 by the Rasmus Moller shipyard in DENMARK on behalf of Captain Nielsen under the name Jutlandia, as a cargo ship for the Baltic Sea (Baltic Trader). It is classified as a Boat of Heritage Interest by the Maritime and River Heritage Foundation.
Ocean - Photography Only 10/02/2020
Sailing Vessels 08/16/2020
I'm an author-photographer, my main themes of predilection: aerial photography, seascapes. I have been able to make my work known through numerous exhibitions. I give a large place to composition, light and all the aesthetic and technical qualities which seem to me essential to art photography. I hope to make you dream and travel through my photographs. All images Copyright Frederic Bourrigaud, all rights reserved. No images may be used in whole or in part, as original or modified without express written permission. Exhibitions : june - september 2022 21st edition photo nature Sene september 2020-2021 Harbour master's office of the port of Vannes September 2019 "Metamorphosis" Butterfly Garden of Vannes July - August 2019 Tronjoly...
lovely image Bourrigaud. l/f
Frederic Bourrigaud replied:
Thanks so much Dennis! Have a nice day.