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Yellowstone National Park
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Dead Horse State Park
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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Iconic Red Barn of the Palouse by David Choate
Door to the Temple.... by David Choate
Golden Bell 12th... by David Choate
11th at Augusta...White Dogwood.. by David Choate
Augusta National in Bloom... by David Choate
Lightning at Sunset... by David Choate
Azaleas with a front row seat... by David Choate
A Blue Glass Special.... by David Choate
The Azalea 13th... by David Choate
Explosion in the Summer Skies by David Choate
A Pastel Sunset.... by David Choate
The Grand Tetons Reflected on still waters.... by David Choate
Lonely Pen Shell at Sunset by David Choate
The Virgin's Sapphire Beach by David Choate
Walking Amid Mirrored Pastels... by David Choate
Chapel of the Transfiguration.... by David Choate
Anvil Clouds at Sunset... by David Choate
Last Ray of Sunlight... by David Choate
Wave Crossing at Sunset.... by David Choate
Lover's Beach by David Choate
Kissing Sailor of San Diego... by David Choate
Opening Night... by David Choate
Harpole Wooden Covered Bridge by David Choate
Sea Grape Window on the Beach... by David Choate
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About David Choate
David Choate is a retired Television News Journalist and United Way executive who lives in Hollywood, Florida. He loves photographing beauty wherever he finds it: in landscapes, in wild life, in our national parks and especially sunsets at Marco Island, Florida which he believes are unequaled anywhere else on the planet. He hopes you will enjoy browsing through his photographs and welcomes any comments you may have about his work.