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Buffalo Lighthouse Greeting Card featuring the photograph Buffalo Main Light Sunset by Chris Bordeleau

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Buffalo Main Light Sunset Greeting Card

Chris Bordeleau

by Chris Bordeleau



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

The lighthouse was established and lit in 1833 and was deactivated in 1914. The foundation material was stone molehead and the lighthouse was... more

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Comments (5)

Valia Bradshaw

Valia Bradshaw

Wonderful! Congrats!

Tony Grider

Tony Grider

Awesome lighting! Congrats on your sale! Faved.

Dimitra Papageorgiou

Dimitra Papageorgiou

Congrats on your sale Chris ! Beautiful photo ! L

Cynthia Guinn

Cynthia Guinn

Congrats on your sale!

Artist's Description

The lighthouse was established and lit in 1833 and was deactivated in 1914. The foundation material was stone molehead and the lighthouse was constructed out of limestone and cast iron. The shape of the tower was octagonal and was 60 feet high. The lens installed in 1857 was a third order Fresnel lens. The lens was later removed to the Buffalo History Museum.

This 60-foot-tall, octagonal limestone structure is the oldest still standing in its original location in the city of Buffalo. It replaced the original 1818 light on this site along the Lake Erie shore at the mouth of the Buffalo River. Presently, it is part of an outdoor museum located on the grounds of the United States Coast Guard Station.

About Chris Bordeleau

Chris Bordeleau

I am a photographer located in Western New York with 20 years experience. I got my start with my Grandfather's Minolta x-700 while at Boston University working in B&W film. Hours in the darkroom have been replaced with hours behind the computer screen after I made the switch to digital about ten years ago. This has given me the ability to more accurately portray the scene as I remember it. I predominately shoot nature, landscape and urban/cityscape photography, freezing a moment in time that will never happen again. Taking the time to capture these moments is one of the great pleasures in my life. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed creating them. Outside of photography I rise my two daughters, Madeleine & Nicole...