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Fire Line Tapestry featuring the photograph Riding The Fire Line by Lynn Sprowl

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Riding The Fire Line Tapestry

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Our lightweight, microfiber wall tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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photographs fire line fireline fire cowboy horse riding smoke cattle burn controlled burn flint hills kansas tallgrass tall grass prairie

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A spectacular photo-painting. Excellent ! :-)

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you so very much, Hartmut!

Thank you, Kevin!

Love it.

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you so much, Karen!!!

Love this silhouette!

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you, Robert.

Surprise & Congratulations!! Your photo has been featured on The Art Shoppe Cafe group homepage! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us! F/L

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you so much, Jacqueline.

It's not the usual static horse shot. The bit of action and movement really helps.

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you, Joe. It was an amazing day.

Returning for another look :)

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thanks for the re-visit. It's fun to meet other artists.

Nice silhouette!

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you so much, Marcia.

Very interesting capture Lynn! I like the description! LF

Lynn Sprowl replied:

Thank you Marina!!!

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Tapestry Reviews (32)

Average Rating (3.94 Stars):

April 12th, 2019

I can say it was very lame quality it wasn't worth the price

April 6th, 2019

Didn't notice in the picture when ordering but the top was cut off. Disappointed.

March 30th, 2019

I never received my purchase.

March 28th, 2019

Great way to fill a large wall without spending too much on a framed picture.

March 28th, 2019

Way better than I imagined, I use it as a bedspread and it raises the level of the room.

Artist's Description

Riding the Fire Line by Lynn Sprowl Photo taken in the Flint Hills of Kansas. The cowboys at this burn worked very hard the entire day. Horse and riders patrolled the burn continuously. The burns were also started by the cowboys. A tire was dragged, filled with some kind of accelerant, to actually start the fires. An amazing process... The tallgrass prairie biome depends on prairie fires, a form of wildfire, for its survival and renewal. Tree seedlings and intrusive alien species without fire tolerance are eliminated by periodic fires. Such fires may either be set by humans (for example, Native Americans used fires to drive bison and improve hunting, travel, and visibility) or started naturally by lightning. Researchers' attempts to re-establish small sections of tallgrass prairie in arboretum fashion were unsuccessful until they began to use controlled burns

About Lynn Sprowl

For me, photography is about what I "feel" when I see an image. I want my photo to capture…a mood, an emotion, a story. I have a wide range of subjects that I like to photograph but tend to look at the ordinary. Like most photographers, I love nature and the splendid array of opportunities and subjects provided. I find the “abandoned” is a constant source of intrigue and make for interesting photography. I find beauty and mystery in the ordinary. Shooting in RAW format is a key element in my post-processing. The additional steps allow me to edit exposure, contrast, color and brightness without any significant reduction of quality. I often continue the editing process, as needed, to produce the final image I want to share. I...

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