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AFW Glendale, AZ

AFW Glendale, AZ

Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th AVE
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Glendale, AZ

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Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th Ave
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Gilbert, AZ

32 mi.
Open Until 10 PM
4700 S Power Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85296
(480) 500-4121
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Wild Boy Basin 48x32 *D

SKU: 125-1210316
$119.99
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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • "Wild Boy Basin" from photographer Eric Tyler.
  • Uncompahgre National Forest, in the heart of Colorado's San Juan Mountains, between the ghost town of Alta and Telluride.
  • It's a land of 14,000 ft peaks, fast flowing creeks, alpine lakes, deep spruce forests, red rock gorges and black bears.
  • July 2010.

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Eric Tyler Photography

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Eric Tyler
Colorado

Eric's images reflect his passion for adventure, wilderness, wildlife, and travel throughout the country. Early childhood experiences with the outdoors and photography led him to explore the US and to finally set roots with his family in Colorado in 2007. Eric began his professional career on the East Coast as an architectural and real estate photographer after studying architecture and photography at Penn State University. His extensive photographic portfolio spans from the coasts of New England, through the peaks and canyons of the west, to the backcountry of Alaska. Today Eric spends as much time as possible fueling his sense of discovery exploring, photographing, and sharing the remote landscapes and natural wildlife of the Rocky Mountain Region.