STATES & REGIONS
PhotographsAmerica.com's highest-quality 16"x20" prints, on the finest photographic paper, representing the best of 30 years of unforgettable images by renowned photographer Carol M. Highsmith, were produced in every state, every major city, nearly all our national parks and great battlefields, smaller cities and towns and crossroads, and across our unforgettable landscape. And her associate, photographer Brendan Reals, contributes stunning photographs from the nation's wildest, highest, and most remote places.
PhotographsAmerica.com also offers thousands of nostalgic vintage photographs explicitly selected from the treasured Library of Congress Collection. They include irreplaceable glimpses of earlier times; captivating circus, Depression-era, and theater posters; and extraordinary color "photochromes" from the turn of the 20th Century. These were wonderful black-and-white images that were artistically colorized and turned into the world's first, beloved color postcards. The staff at PhotographsAmerica.com has meticulously restored all of our vintage images to minimize imperfections and the degradations of time.
The States & Regions category captures scenes from each part of the country, with breakouts of some of our most photogenic states, including Alaska, Hawaii, California, Florida, and Virginia. Whether it's your area or one you especially like to visit, take the time to "tour" America through these thousands of remarkable images.
States & Regions includes these memorable views of:
° Rose Island Lighthouse, in Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay overlooking Newport, where arrangements can be made for an overnight stay as part of a live-in ecological experience. SKU 915
° Harrison Bros. Hardware. This cluttered collection of rocking chairs, old nails, shoelaces, cash registers, a pot-belly stove, and other artifacts from the days of the general store, preserves a piece of Old Huntsville, Alabama. SKU: 2761
° A haunting photograph from the Dust Bowl period of the 1930s, capturing the misery that beset the land. Other gripping images from the Great Depression, including the famous "Migrant Mother" photo, are also offered. Sku: 1572
° A step back to 1902 on the Ocklawaha River in Florida's Everglades. This is one of the amazing "photochrom" pictures described above. SKU: 2K-RLYO-LK41
These images and thousands more are available for purchase from PhotographsAmerica.com.