New Pug Pillows starting at $25


How fun is this pillow?

Pug dog throw pillow

A cute black and white pug pillow available in a variety of sizes starting at $25.

New Pug throw pillow by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding. Our throw pillows are made from 100% polyester fabric and add a stylish statement to any room.   Pillows are available in sizes from 14″ x 14″ up to 26″ x 26″.   Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

According to BuzzFeed: Pugs are majestic little lumps that emit rays of happiness and sunshine.


Pugs don’t climb stairs – they bound!

Photography Prints

The line up. The usual suspects rounded up and put in a police line up. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding available as frame art, canvases, cards and more.  View the whole collection of pug fine art photographs here.

Photography PrintsBad Dog by Edward M. Fielding

But its not all about painting the town red, pugs are comical, funny and lovable!

Art Prints

Who can resist those eyes?  Miss You by Edward M. FieldingAvailable as prints here.

Or this tongue?

Art PrintsThe Big Lick, funny pug dog photograph by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding.  Available as cards, prints, metal and canvas.

How true!

Sometimes playful and clownish, sometimes calm and dignified, always sturdy and stable, good-humored and amiable — this is the Pug.

Though peaceful with all the world, the Pug will sound off with his rather odd bark when visitors arrive. Then he will welcome them inside with snorts, snuffles, and grunts.

As is the case with most short-faced dogs, his large expressive eyes, wrinkled forehead, cocked head, innocent expression, and strange sounds bring out parental feelings in many people.

A Pug is very childlike and always needs to be with you.

pug Art Prints
Unlike the more energetic members of their species, pugs sleep an average of 14 hours a day, and any pug owner can tell you it can be quite a feat to get a comfy pug off the couch.


Rememberance – Peony Still Life with old suitcase

Fine Art Photography

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Peony Still Life with Old Suitcase. A floral still life with old canning jar, white peony flowers and a vintage suitcase. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding –
This fine art photograph of beautiful white antique peony flowers in an old vintage canning jar on top of an old leather suitcase is available for Rights Managed Licensing for your next book cover or magazine editorial project via Arc Angel Images at –
This image is a still life featuring an old vintage leather suitcase, fresh picked white peony flowers and an old Bell canning jar with beautiful soft side lighting like you might see in an old masters painting against a dark background.
Available for Rights Managed Licensing via Arc Angel images #00392964
Peony flowers are my all time favorite flowers to work with, they evoke such a classic look, to me they say Victorian age. Something about their full petals. We have several peonies planted on our property and recently moved and divided several plants. They are some of the longest lasting flowering shrubs or plants that you can purchase but they don’t like to be moved or divided so we might have to wait a couple of years before these ones come back to their full splendor. A couple years ago we visited a peony farm in Vermont where the owner admitted to a full on peony passion and the inability to control himself when it came to purchasing new and rare varieties. One plant on his farm cost him something like $4,000. While many of his offerings were common and sold for $20 to $50 some of the higher prices plants fetched upwards to $400 per cutting. Peonies – its a passion!

New Train Photographs by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding

Photographs of a moving steam train in animated sequence by photographer Edward M. Fielding -

Moving steam train in animated sequence by photographer Edward M. Fielding –

Newly released fine art photography images of classic steam trains from the Valley Railroad in Essex, Ct and Heritage Park in Calgary. To see more train photographs visit the gallery at:

Art Prints“The Coupling” a grungy, dark photograph of two old twisted, rusty, metal train cars joined together on a railroad siding off the beaten path at the Valley Railroad yard in Essex, Connecticut.

Photography PrintsA steam train emerging from a cloud of steam in the middle of the night. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding –

Sell Art OnlineA vintage steam locomotive thundering through a dark valley. Essex Steam Train, Valley Railroad, fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding –

Art PrintsNight time in a rail yard with a red caboose at the empty station. Photography by Edward M. Fielding

Sell Art OnlineOld worn out train tracks and ties in the Connecticut River Valley. Essex Steam Train, Valley Railroad, Essex Connecticut. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding

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Jonathan Luther “John” “Casey” Jones (March 14, 1863 April 30, 1900) was an American railroad engineer from Jackson, Tennessee, who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad (IC). As a boy, he lived near Cayce, Kentucky, where he acquired the nickname of “Cayce,” which he chose to spell as “Casey.” On April 30, 1900, he alone was killed when his passenger train, the Cannonball Express, collided with a stalled freight train at Vaughan, Mississippi, on a foggy and rainy night.

His dramatic death, trying to stop his train and save lives, made him a hero; he was immortalized in a popular ballad sung by his friend Wallace Saunders, an African-American engine wiper for the IC.


Available as art prints, framed art, canvas and metal prints, cards, cell phone cases and more at:

Reving up my Canon EOS 6D with SD Cards


Heading to Banff in the Canadian Rocky Mountains in the next few weeks. Still need too order a few items. One of them is another SD card. I plan to shoot some video on the trip and want to make sure I have enough storage. Plus be fast enough as not to slow me down.

The Canon 6D supports UHS-1 cards. The UHS-1 standard allows a theoretical bus speed of 312MB/sec. It is “theoretical” because buses have overhead (usually one “large” file will transfer faster than lots of “small” files) but more importantly, nobody actually makes SD card technology that can transfer data that fast. So really it’s the physical speed of the card that becomes the barrier and not the speed of the bus.

I’ve used Transcend SD cards in the past and they have been good performers at a good price. A Transcend 32 GB High Speed Class 10 UHS Flash Memory Card retails on Amazon for under $20 and provides a transfer rate of up to read 85 Mb/s ; Write 45 MB/s.