Category Archives: Collectibles

Sales and Marketing

Well, after delving into WordPress’ document’s it appears my Sales and Marketing will be accomplished here.  Go figure!  I will intersperse regular postings with infrequent Image Sales.  Thanks for your patience

Dan O. De Ment

 

The Black Squirrel

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The Black Squirrel Image

This Black Squirrel favored our yard for only one season.

$7.50

Send money (once at PayPal) to: djdement2@att.net

8 X 10 print on 8.5 X 11 paper.  Prints only. Purchase one or more @ $7.50 each.  Copyright image font and display may vary but will remain in the same location.  Signed on the back.

Outside the U.S.A should contact us at:  Dan O. De Ment  for combined price, handling, and delivery charges to be paid directly to PayPal per our instructions.

U.S.A. customers:  We will ship your image/s no later than two days after receiving your Name, Address,  Zip Code, email, and your PayPal payment. Send information to:  Dan O. De Ment

Dan O. De Ment

8 1/2 x 11 Prints for You and Yours

I have, Upgraded, my site to, Elm Drive Images.com, and will soon be selling 8 1/2  X 11 Prints only, directly from this site via the PayPal, “Buy Now,” system. I plan to be ready within the next couple of weeks.  More details will follow. Kindly advise your family and friends.  Thanks for your time and continuing interest in Elm Drive Images.

Dan O. De Ment

Doe stepping out for a drink

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I took this image yesterday at about 7:30 PM.  She was behind a business located next to Forest Park Nature Center in Peoria Heights.   I used my camera, an Alcatel Pop Astro.  She sure was a pretty little gal and had just been drinking from the bird bath directly in front of her.

Dan O. De Ment

The Last Train through Town

 

I shot this image, the last train through Peoria Heights, Illinois, on May 9th, 2009.  I posted it back then but it was lost when I lost my hard drive – fortunately, not all the images.  My IT Guru recovered many of them for me.

The train engineer, shown in the image, told me, “this is it, the last diesel or any other train that’ll ever be seen on this track. He was correct.  The Peoria Park District purchased the right of way, or made some agreement with the railroad, however that’s done, and the rest is history.  As most of you know, the area is now a bicycle/walking track.  Right off the back of our property.

Dan O. De Ment