Redbubble Portfolio Sale

Yesterday, redbubble started shaking bells and sending the Christmas spirit along by offering a 15% discount on all of my work. Even on this newest image of Mount Baker.

View and purchase full resolution here.

Even on my 2011 calendars. Even on all my most popular images. The whole works actually. Everything! What is a photographer and artist to do? Let you know of course!

To receive your discount, put in the following code when you go through the checkout process TerrillWelch_is_on_sale_9565

Note: this discount is only available for those that order my work directly online at redbubble.

And apparently, though I have been unable to confirm, this offer ends November 14, 2010.

Please, have a good look around my redbubble storefront at http://www.redbubble.com/people/terrillwelch. Your favourites are all there.

Sprout question: How well do you roll with something that is unexpected?

P.S. Remember to change your clocks. This Sunday, November 7, 2010, Canada, US and Mexico FALL BACK to standard time.

Best of the weekend to you all!

© 2010 Terrill Welch, All rights reserved.

Liberal usage granted with written permission. See “About” for details.

Purchase photography at http://www.redbubble.com/people/terrillwelch

Creative Potager – where imagination rules. Be inspired.

From Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada

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12 thoughts on “Redbubble Portfolio Sale

    • Giggling Jose… could it be me? It is true. I do believe in the inherent goodness of people. Life is so much more fun and easier that way. See you Sunday. I can hardly wait to see how the bump is doing… oh, and to see you and Ryan too:)

  1. I wish I could write well…and…eventually I do get there. However, it is a process. First I must protest –either silently or aloud. If it is a change I have caused/created it is easier to take. If it has been imposed upon me by fate, mother nature, or another, it is far more difficult. If I can’t complain directly to the source, I find a safe harbour upon which to stage my assault. I’m not proud of this aspect of my personality, and am seeking to change. I guess I, like many, am human. : )

  2. Terrill – I’m so glad that I purchased the MAYNE ISLAND TREE SPIRITS calendar for 2011. It’s drop-dead gorgeous!

    Sprout question: How well do you roll with something that is unexpected?

    Well, I guess that would depend:

    If it’s a pleasant surprise, I roll with smiles and laughter.

    If it’s unpleasant, there may well be a tussel!

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  4. look at you photo, as if i was on there.. feel the wind and look at the beautiful sky and sea..
    what a scenery!

    thanks terrill for the comment on my post..
    love it..

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