Introducing New Coffee Mugs

Now Introducing New Coffee Mugs!

I’m excited to announce new coffee mugs just in time for the holidays. Quench your thirst, take them on the go and tell everyone who asks how you got them! Ceramic coffee mugs are available in two different sizes (11 oz. and 15 oz.) You can buy all my coffee mugs on www.rollosphotos.com.

 

Buy Hummingbird Coffee Mug
“Just Looking” Hummingbird Coffee Mug

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Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

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Introducing New Custom Fabrics

Introducing new custom fabrics!

I’m excited to announce my new series of custom fabrics. These fabrics are perfect for for sewing, crafting, quilting, upholstery, craft projects and home decor needs.

My new fabrics are available in eight distinct varieties including combed cotton, pima cotton, cotton twill, polyester poplin, polyester weave, ivory linen, and natural linen. All fabrics are available by the yard or as fat quarters. Learn more about each fabric from the product page.  Start by visiting one of the samples below.

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Rustic Cabin Lodge Moose and Bear © Christina Rollo www.rollosphotos.com. Fun country moose and bear print, fresh pine trees and outdoor symbols with red, green, brown, and black neutral tones. Stylish outdoors man canoe and green trees surround rustic big game animal wildlife silhouettes in this beautiful decorative pattern.

Customize your own background color and decorate with your own name, monogram, initials, or personalize with text. Create your own one of a kind designs using these fun fabrics. The possibilities are endless.

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Custom Color White Gold Diamond Pattern © Christina Rollo www.rollosphotos.com. Customize your background color with this white gold geometric diamond pattern. It’s a trendy modern fashionable pattern, a perfect match for any style. Buy this fabric as is or decorate with your own name, monogram, initials, or personalize it with text. It’s a fresh elegant design for any decorative fashion.

Check out all my available fabrics HERE.

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Please visit my official website www.rollosphotos.com to shop my entire collection of fine art, gifts, and accessories.

Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

Save the World Plant a Tree

Leave a Lasting Impact

Each year hundreds of trees are cut to clear power lines, install fuel lines, or to build roads, homes, and shopping malls. In addition, stronger storms around the world can devastate trees and forests. One of the most positive and lasting impacts we can make on earth is to plant a tree! Trees are vital to our existence as well as provide food and shelter for wildlife. It’s never too early to think about planting your next tree.

Consider Species

There are several things to consider when planting trees. Now is the time to start thinking about them. Consider your landscape. Trees which bear fruit are generally small and will attract wildlife. If you plant a fruiting tree close to your home expect to have plenty of frequent visitors. Some trees grow large providing shelter to animals from wind and rain. A large tree near your home helps to cool it in the summer. Consider the roots on a large tree before planting near your home. Roots can shoot out as far or farther than the canopy of a tree. Roots may grow into sewer lines and over time crack blacktop and concrete. Be sure to give your large tree plenty of room to grow. So think carefully about which type of tree you might like to plant this spring.

Earth Day

The best time to plant trees is in the spring after the ground thaws. Many communities have festivities centered around Earth Day and Arbor Day. Check your local area, some organizations hold tree give-aways encouraging people to plant native species.

Every year in Binghamton New York the Broome County Soil & Water Department holds a sale of mostly native plants and trees for a low cost. The Spring Tree Order Form and Descriptions are available online now! Trees are sold in groups of 10 for as little as $18.00. Make a commitment to plant ten trees, or at least plant one and give the rest away. Everyone enjoys receiving a lasting gift. What better gift to give than a gift of life, which grows stronger over time and benefits us all!

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Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

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The Blending of Rose Quartz & Serenity

Are you searching for the perfect match to Pantone’s Rose Quartz & Serenity colors of the year for 2016? Check out these featured selections. You will see qualities of Rose Quartz and Serenity in these soft hazy pinks and beautiful foggy blues. Match warm rose tones with a cooler tranquil blue to balance wellness and a soothing sense of peace.

These colors are natural, relaxing, calm and will compliment any decor. Shop my entire collection of fine art prints, home decor, apparel, and tech accessories online at www.rollosphotos.com.

Wildflowers Common Fleabane Art Prints for Sale

Click here to buy “Wildflowers Common Fleabane”

Click here to buy “Tranquil Moments Landscape”

Click here to buy “Swallowtail Butterfly”

Click here to buy “Foggy Morning Lake Reflection”

Every purchase includes a money-back guarantee. If you’re not happy with a purchase you made on www.rollosphotos.com, for any reason, you can return it within 30 days of the order date.

Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

Art of the Day

American Robin Watercolor Art is a portrait of a robin perched on a branch in spring. This artistic watercolor piece is one from a series of watercolor birds and is a beautiful addition to accent any room. American Robin Watercolor Art is digital watercolor painting with soft natural colors to enhance your decor.

This robin was designed to mix and match with more birds from this series. Be sure to check out my home decor accessories that are available to compliment this piece. Add decorative throw pillows, a duvet cover, and shower curtain.

American Robin Watercolor Art by Christina Rollo
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American Robin Watercolor Art prints and accessories make great gifts for bird watchers, nature lovers, and art collectors!

Enjoy more from my collection of watercolors at www.rollosphotos.com. Shop with confidence! Every purchase includes a money-back guarantee.

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Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

Art of the Day

Goldfinch Watercolor Art is a portrait of a beautiful goldfinch perched on a branch in winter. This artistic watercolor piece is one from a series of watercolor birds and is a elegant addition to accent any room. Goldfinch Watercolor Art is digital watercolor painting with soft yellow, green and beige colors to enhance your decor. The bright yellow and rich red colors on this piece really makes it stand out.

This goldfinch was designed to mix and match with more birds from this series. Be sure to check out my home decor accessories that are available to compliment this piece. Add decorative throw pillows, a duvet cover, and shower curtain.

Goldfinch Watercolor Art by Christina Rollo
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Goldfinch Watercolor Art prints and accessories make great gifts for bird watchers, nature lovers, and art collectors!

Enjoy more from my collection of watercolors at www.rollosphotos.com. Shop with confidence! Every purchase includes a money-back guarantee.

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Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com

The Lost Art of Waiting

I found myself waiting in line the other day while a woman behind me complained and the woman in front of me passed the time on her cell phone.  I began contemplating how the art of waiting has been lost in our society today. We expect everything right away and don’t think about the consequences. I wait for things all the time and it’s frustrating because I’ve become spoiled by technology.

Memories

I’m old enough to remember film cameras. You could buy a roll of film and take 24 pictures, drop the roll off and wait about two weeks to see if your photos came out.  Goodness we might burst an artery from waiting if we had to do that today! I remember the anticipation of waiting to pick up my film and the excitement of seeing my photographs for the first time.  Back then if I missed a shot the moment had long passed. The opportunity was gone. I couldn’t go back and re-shoot something from two or three weeks ago. All that waiting taught me the value of appreciation.

Perception

Did you know that daylilies are called daylilies for a reason? They only bloom for one day. There are lots of flowers like that but we take them for granted. Some flowers wait all year just to have one day under the sun. With good timing, it won’t be raining that day. We don’t perceive the life of a flower to be one day because most people have many flowers and they appear to bloom for weeks.  Now imagine if you only had one daylily and had to wait all year for it to bloom? What if you missed it? How would you feel?

Yellow Daylily Flower Art Prints for Sale
“Yellow Daylily Flower” by Christina Rollo
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Lesson

The next time you find yourself waiting in line and getting frustrated, for the sake of the person next to you, stop complaining. Think about how long you wait for your favorite season to return and how much you enjoy that time of year. Think about the long 9 months it took for your children to be born, and the excitement you felt during their birth.

Stop to appreciate the moment. It’s in that frustrating moment that you may get a rare chance to clear your mind, enjoy some fond memories and discover new things.

One of the main reasons I enjoy photography so much is because it allows me to preserve special moments that I can look back on for the rest of time. During the cold dark days of winter I can still enjoy and appreciate my colorful flowers.

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Walk softly, let nature be your guide…

Christina Rollo
Fine Art Photographer
Binghamton, New York
www.rollosphotos.com