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Cowboy Photograph Framed Print featuring the photograph Keep em moving by Toni Hopper

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

10.00" x 6.50"

Mat Border:

2.00"

Frame Width:

0.88"

Overall:

15.50" x 12.00"

 

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Keep em moving Framed Print

Toni Hopper

by Toni Hopper

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$79.00

Product Details

Keep em moving framed print by Toni Hopper.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

With a crack of his bullwhip, Bob Payne, with the help of his horse, Curdle Up, kept the longhorns in place, making sure they didn't veer into the... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Comments (16)

Dennis Baswell

Dennis Baswell 29 Days Ago

wonderful image Toni. πŸ’•

Toni Abdnour

Toni Abdnour

Such a great capture; terrific point of view!

Gary F Richards

Gary F Richards

Congratulations on your beautiful moving Special Feature! F/L

Christopher James

Christopher James

One of your peers nominated this image in the 1000 views Groups Special Features #20 promotion discussion. Please help your fellow artists by visiting and passing on the love to another artist in the the 1000 Views Group....L/F/Tw

Diana Mary Sharpton

Diana Mary Sharpton

Nominating for special feature on the 1000 view group...

Christopher James

Christopher James

Congratulation.....your wonderful work has been featured in the 1000 Views on 1 Image Group ..... Please place your featured image in the Feature Archive and any other appropriate Archives l/f/p

Debby Pueschel

Debby Pueschel

Totally cool! FL

HH Photography of Florida

HH Photography of Florida

Congratulations Toni, for your home page feature in the Showcasing The South group. As a permanent record, you’re invited to post your image in the Featured Image Archive thread in the group discussions. L

Jon Burch Photography

Jon Burch Photography

'Like!' Congratulations on your $ale Toni! (v)

Marisa Geraghty

Marisa Geraghty

Very nice, congrats on the sale!

Jeff  Swan

Jeff Swan

Very nice Toni

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Congratulations on your sale.

Donna Parlow

Donna Parlow

Oh you should.

Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Thanks so much Donna! I followed this one, then two years later I got the privilege of riding in the wagon with the same group. I have yet to ever show those photos. Guess I should get busy.

Donna Parlow

Donna Parlow

I especially like this one having been on a cattle drive or two myself. I identify with this one.

Artist's Description

With a crack of his bullwhip, Bob Payne, with the help of his horse, Curdle Up, kept the longhorns in place, making sure they didn't veer into the traffice that lined the highways and roads through Jefferson and Stephens counties.

"I rode drag the first day, then Freddie (Craig) found out I was the real deal and he moved me to point. We met on the cattle drive." Bob counted the cattle head on this adventure, 434.

Born on a ranch, it's all Bob knows and loves. For 20 years he worked for Robert Gray/Gray Farms out of Enid, OK, but at age 58, less than a year after the Trail, the native Oklahoman moved out to New Mexico to work on a private ranch. (I've heard he's worked in other states since).

This was one of the many incredible images I shot during the 2007 Oklahoma Centennial Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive.

More of Bob's story, along with photographs and the stories of the cowboys in their own words is in my book, Riding the Chisholm Trail: Once in a Lifeti...

About Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Everyone needs a once in a lifetime experience. You know the kind. One that leaves a lasting impression and even changes how you look at life, how you look at your surroundings. I wrote that in a book I published in 2009, "Riding the Chisholm Trail: Once in a Lifetime" after I had that experience that changed the way I looked at the world around me. Now 10 years later, that single day and the two years it took me to edit the images and write the stories in that book, I realize it continues to impact me. It's given me a new appreciation of our country's history and what it took for our pioneers, my ancestors, to forge what we now enjoy and many times undervalue. While it took me most of my life to appreciate these things, reflection...

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