‘Lake Maurepas Sunrise’ up for grabs during Louisiana Sportsman Show
This amazing print could be yours if you visit the Louisiana Sportsman Show this week. The beautiful 60-inch-by-31-inch gallery wrap titled “Lake Maurepas Sunrise” will be displayed at the show, and one lucky person will walk away with it.
And all you have to do is stop by the Sportsman Store booth and provide your email address. You can also spin the wheel for special prizes and savings at the store. But no purchase (other than show entry) is necessary for the gallery wrap giveaway, and the winner will be chosen by random drawing. Winner need not be present.
The Louisiana Sportsman Show will be held March 17-20 at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales, La. The show is open from noon-7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday.
This gorgeous image of the Lake Maruepas swamp is printed on museum-quality canvas and wrapped around a 1.5-inch thick wooden frame. It comes ready to hang on the wall, and will make a beautiful addition to any home or office.
Retail value for this stunning gallery wrap is $1,228.
Louisiana Sportsman Show special
But even if you don’t win the gallery wrap — or can’t make it to the show — you can still get a great deal on this or any of my beautiful prints. Just go to my fine-art gallery and choose the image you’d like to hang on your wall, and during checkout enter the code HBLZLS to receive a special Louisiana Sportsman Show discount. The total will automatically be reduced. NOTE: This discount good through March 30, 2017.
So even if you can’t make the show, you can still save on this or any print in my gallery.
The code is good through March 25, so don’t miss this great opportunity to save. And remember: The discount code is good on any product of any size.
About ‘Lake Maurepas Sunrise’
I captured this image one morning on the banks of the Lake Maurepas just outside of New Orleans. I was standing hip deep in water, with my Nikon D810 held firmly on a tripod as the water gently lapped around me. I arrived at the spot about 30 minutes before the sun was set to break the horizon.
How did I find just the right spot? First, I spent time on Google maps, looking at the satellite view of the western bank for likely shallows with scattered cypress trees. I then turned to The Photographer’s Ephemeris, a program designed to tell photographers exactly where the sun and moon are at any given point in the day. That allowed me to set up and have the image framed long before the sun peaked over the horizon.
The clouds along the horizon were the perfect accent to the scene, adding drama as sunlight silhouetted and muted the brightness of the sun. The result was that the sun could be seen as a ball of fire instead of just a large, bright blot.
All I had to do was wait for the sun to show up through the clouds and start triggering the shutter.
Now this print can remind you of the beauty of the Louisiana swamps — and all you have to do is attend the Louisiana Sportsman Show. So look for the gallery wrap, check it out and put your name in the hat.