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by Keith Stokes
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Our luxuriously soft blankets are available in two different sizes and feature incredible artwork on the top surface. The bottom surface is white. Our 100% polyester blankets are available in two different styles: plush fleece and sherpa fleece. Plush fleece blankets are soft and fluffy on both sides, whereas sherpa blankets are smooth like a soft sweater on the artwork side (i.e. shorter threads) which provides for a sharper image. Looking for a recommendation? Go with a 60" x 80" plush fleece blanket. It's soft and luxurious on both sides... the artwork looks incredible... and the size is just right for everyone.
Old Mackinac Point Light is in Mackinaw City, Michigan near foot of the Mackinac Bridge. This lighthouse was built in 1892 and remained in operation... more
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Old Mackinac Point Light is in Mackinaw City, Michigan near foot of the Mackinac Bridge. This lighthouse was built in 1892 and remained in operation until 1957, when the Mackinac Bridge made it no longer necessary.
Keith Stokes usually has a camera in his hand - photographing Mackinaw City & Mackinac Island in northern Michigan for MightyMac.org, Kansas & Kansas City for KansasTravel.org and science fiction conventions for MidAmericon.org. His photos appear regularly in Locus Magazine, the Food Channel Magazine and other publications and books. His photograph of Pillsbury Crossing was the cover of a recent K-Stater Magazine.
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Beautiful shot, love the bridge in the background. f/v
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Wonderful photo Keith!