"PUNDY LIFE" 5.0
  • "PUNDY LIFE" 5.0

    Color or Black & White Print Options

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    Ultra High Definition Photo Print

    16x30 $500

    20x36 $700

     

    Ultra High Definition Print Under Acrylic Glass

    16x30 $1000

    20x36 $1500

    30x60 $3000

     

    BIG Ultra HD Print Under Acrylic Glass

    50x93     $9,000

    58x108   $12,000

     

    History

    The name “Padanaram” came from a prominent early resident named Laban Thatcher, who identified with the Biblical figure Laban who resided in Paddan Aram in Mesopotamia. The village eventually adopted this new name, and dropped its earlier Wampanoag name, “Ponagansett.” Paddan Aram or Padan-aram was an early Aramean kingdom in Mesopotamia. Paddan Aram in Aramaic means the field of Aram. The name may correspond to the Hebrew “sedeh Aram,” or “field of Aram.”

     

    Located in South Dartmouth , Padanaram was recently voted the Best Harbor in the U.S. in 2019.

    Padanaram is a charming village in the town of South Dartmouth, lying along the Apponagansett River. In the mid eighteenth century, Padanaram became a shipbuilding center because of its fine harbor, a tradition that continues today as the area boasts many fine craftsmen who are experts in building and maintaining boats.The village is also home to the New Bedford Yacht Club, which bi-annually hosts the Buzzards Bay Regatta. Additionally, the village hosts many other interesting businesses, galleries, and specialty shops.Padanaram is a charming village in the town of South Dartmouth, lying along the Apponagansett River. In the mid eighteenth century, Padanaram became a shipbuilding center because of its fine harbor, a tradition that continues today as the area boasts many fine craftsmen who are experts in building and maintaining boats. The village is also home to the New Bedford Yacht Club, which bi-annually hosts the Buzzards Bay Regatta. Additionally, the village hosts many other interesting businesses, galleries, and specialty shops.

     

     

     

    Padanaram is a charming village in the town of South Dartmouth, lying along the Apponagansett River. In the mid eighteenth century, Padanaram became a shipbuilding center because of its fine harbor, a tradition that continues today as the area boasts many fine craftsmen who are experts in building and maintaining boats. The village is also home to the New Bedford Yacht Club, which bi-annually hosts the Buzzards Bay Regatta. Additionally, the village hosts many other interesting businesses, galleries, and specialty shops.