How can you help solve poverty?
With every purchase, Gita Photos gives 25% to Poverty Relief. This is applicable to all shop categories.
Your purchase of Art will give Hope to the marginalized.
Gita Photos will make a donation in your name of 25% of the proceeds for the purchase of any Print, or Mounted Image, to one of the two Charities I support, two very dedicated charities - CAUSE Canada and Embrace ( Details available from the About Tab and Art Battling Poverty) It is a pleasure to be able to help in this way and my hope is that you will help to BATTLE, and one-day END Poverty, by joining in.
Thanks for your patronage and your gift of Hope!
The Rockies are always providing moments. I go out to be both in and at those moments when they occur. Landscapes from Banff, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Columbia Icefields, Bow Valley, Wonder Pass, Paradise Valley, Mount Assiniboine, and Sunshine Meadows - all through Banff National Park are the sights I hike to anticipating those Rocky Mountain moments to photograph. This moment captured forever in a print, will not come again-but in these prints it can be yours forever!
Shop fine art prints below: ( Click on the image for a Larger View)
As well as Prints on Paper (Fine Art papers )
- We offer Prints on Acrylic OPG (optically perfect glass) Glass, Metal, and Canvas
- For Traditional Frame and Matt, we recommend you purchase the Print ONLY and visit a local Frame shop as the options/choices are so many – you can then suit your décor needs
- Prints Shipped FREE worldwide via the Post Office
Check Below to find the names Our Partners in Battling Poverty
CAUSE Canada is an NGO based in Calgary Alberta working in West Africa and Central America providing Literacy programs, Child Education, Maternal and New Born Health, Potable Water, and Micro Finance.
Embrace International Foundation ( Embrace) the focus of Embrace is to support worthy charities within the Global South that provide services to children suffering from autism, Down-Syndrome, cerebral palsy and severe learning and language challenges