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Pictorial Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Old Utah Juniper by Roger Passman

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Old Utah Juniper Coffee Mug

Roger Passman

by Roger Passman



Image Size


Background Color

R(103) G(87) B(88)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

I found this Utah Juniper along the South Rim of The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. It seems that there is more to see there than just... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

Additional Products

Old Utah Juniper Photograph by Roger Passman


Old Utah Juniper Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Old Utah Juniper Framed Print

Framed Print

Old Utah Juniper Art Print

Art Print

Old Utah Juniper Poster


Old Utah Juniper Metal Print

Metal Print

Old Utah Juniper Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Old Utah Juniper Wood Print

Wood Print

Old Utah Juniper Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Old Utah Juniper iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Old Utah Juniper Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Old Utah Juniper Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

Old Utah Juniper Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

Old Utah Juniper Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Old Utah Juniper Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

Old Utah Juniper Zip Pouch

Zip Pouch

Old Utah Juniper Beach Towel

Beach Towel

Old Utah Juniper Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Old Utah Juniper Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Old Utah Juniper Bath Towel

Bath Towel

Old Utah Juniper T-Shirt


Old Utah Juniper Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

Old Utah Juniper Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

Old Utah Juniper Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Old Utah Juniper Fleece Blanket

Fleece Blanket

Old Utah Juniper Tapestry


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Comments (8)

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Congratulations! Your excellent photography has been featured on the home page of The 200 Club, a very highly ranked Pixels/Fine Art America group. You are invited to post your featured image to all appropriate 200 Club discussion threads as a permanent archive and promotional opportunity.

Roger Passman

Roger Passman

I wish I could thank the buyer personally but I cannot. FAA doesn't share that information. So if the buyer of my image "Old Utah Juniper" sees this, a most hearty thank you. I truly appreciate your purchase and I hope it provides you with years of joy.

Bill Cannon

Bill Cannon

Congratulations on your sale!!!

Roger Passman replied:

Thanks so much Bill.

Kathy Krause

Kathy Krause

Beautiful capture Roger! Congratulations on your sale! :-)

Roger Passman replied:

Thanks so much Kathy.

Douglas Beatenhead

Douglas Beatenhead

I love this tree and the shrubs that surround it. However, I believe this photograph has been photo shopped. Great art work!

Roger Passman replied:

I wonder why your belief that creating a photographic image using photoshop is somehow negative. The tool for processing film, the darkroom, was something like a positive thing. Why in the world is photoshop manipulation somehow a negative thing. Photoshop is the tool one uses for digital photography and is no different than tools open to photographers in the darkroom only photoshop affords us with the ability to not have to repeat the process every time one prints an image. Yes, I used photoshop. I also used Photomatix Pro 5 and filters from Topaz Labs and ON1 in creating this image. I do not miss the smell of rotten developer or the stench of hypo on my hands for hours after leaving the darkroom. I am happy to be alive during the digital age and I do make use of tools available to re-present to an audience the vision I had when exposing the digital image in the first place.

Nikolyn McDonald

Nikolyn McDonald

The color here is brilliant - kind of feels like being out in that hot Southwestern sun! Congratulations on your sale.

Roger Passman replied:

Thanks so much Nikki. I was returning from the climb to Delicate Arch when this Utah juniper jumped out at me. I love this tree.

Lucinda Walter

Lucinda Walter

Congratulations! Your beautiful work is featured in the FAA group "One Tree - Not Trees" l/f

John Bailey

John Bailey

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Artist's Description

I found this Utah Juniper along the South Rim of The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. It seems that there is more to see there than just the canyon itself, beautiful in its own right but the remainder of the landscape on both rims is also stunning in its own right; all it takes is a little bit of looking, of being aware of our surroundings, to see what others fail to see.

I processed the raw image file using Photomatix Pro 5, filters from Topaz Labs including Detail 3 and DeJPEG 4 as well as some minor tweaking in Photoshop including sCurve adjustments, brightness, saturation and the camera raw filter to produce this hdr image.

I donate 25% of the profits from the sale of this image to PROJECT ZERO: The Project to End Prostate Cancer in order to help develop better detection, prevention and a cure for this killer of males around the world.

This image is, as are all my images, protected by international copyright conventions and may not be reproduce...

About Roger Passman

Roger Passman

Forty-eight of my most popular images (based on views and sales) are found on the front page of my images gallery. Others love them, perhaps you will too! The second page of my images gallery displays my most recent images (unless one or more made the front page and was replaced by a more popular image.) Don't forget to look there and beyond too. _____________________________ I divide my time between Chicago in the summer and Phoenix in the winter. The first hint of cold, generally sometime in late October I flee the dreadful weather and head to Arizona. Conversely, when the temperature reaches 105 degrees for five consecutive days I run from the dreadful heat back to the humidity of the midwest. That, my friends, explains the split...