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Longhorns Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Longhorns by Christopher Rice

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Longhorns Coffee Mug

Christopher Rice

by Christopher Rice



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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

A pair of longhorns on a lazy afternoon at the Circle Double C Ranch (outskirts of Rockport, Texas). Captured 3/20/21.


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Artist's Description

A pair of longhorns on a lazy afternoon at the Circle Double C Ranch (outskirts of Rockport, Texas). Captured 3/20/21.

About Christopher Rice

Christopher Rice

About S. Christopher Rice Hurricane Harvey couldn’t destroy a sunrise or a sunset. In the months following the storm, it was hard to see anything but destruction. We spent one sweltering hot day after another shoveling mud and the contents of our broken community curbside. The many unknowns and sorrow caused so much anxious energy that I knew I had a to find a place for it. In the evenings, just before curfew, my wife and I would stand in front of our severely damaged home and watch the sunset. At least there was beauty among the chaos and the many uncertainties. That’s when I decided to pick up a camera. Harvey couldn’t destroy a sunrise or a sunset. For the most part, I focused my lens on the cracks, crevices and spaces...