All the pictures can be ordered as photo-prints in
a variety of sizes. By request, they can also be supplied
(also at cost) mounted and framed - just ask us for options.
Pricing is elegantly simple - they are all supplied at cost. We just ask you to consider (completely
optional!) making a donation to a charity working to overcome
dementia in your own country. In the UK our preferred choice would
Alzheimer's Society (they helped Laurence and Brenda a lot over the years) but
the choice is entirely yours.
How does it work?
You choose the prints you'd like and let us know. If you go ahead
and also make a donation of your choice to a charity working to
overcome dementia then just email us some kind of proof - a receipt
or similar (you don't even need to show the amount) - and Laurence
will sign and date your prints and even add a personal 'thank you'.
We don't even suggest an amount - that is completely up to you AND
you can also look at using Gift Aid if that is an option where you
live. That's it. Simple. No complications. You don't need to worry
that we're making tons of cash on the deal, because - as you can
tell by the prices - we're not! We're just pleased that you'd like a
copy of the pictures and you get to feel lovely for supporting a
very worthwhile cause.
Once you have chosen the print(s) you would like, email us
using the 'Contact Laurence' button with the details and we will get
back to you with a total price and details on how to pay. You can
use the same method to send us details of any donation you make to a
dementia charity if you decide to do so.
All prints are on good quality, lustre-finish photo-paper and - if
you also make a donation to a dementia charity - they will be
signed and dated on the back, with a personal 'thank you' from
Laurence. If you would like a particular
message for, say, a gift, just let us know.
* Post & packing: Prices include P&P for a single item to addresses in the
UK. When you contact us, the total price will be adjusted for
multiple items or for postage overseas.
Any questions? Just ask...