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Sydney Harbour Gull
Sydney Harbour, Australia
Gulls are unbelievable scavengers they wait impatiently for any human scraps like fish and chips or bread and then from no where they are joined by hundreds more. This one was keeping an eye on my roll so I took its picture while it stood on a ferry mooring post. Out of focus behind it you can see the distinctive green and yellow livery of the Sydney harbour ferry boats.
Photo © copyright by Ian Cameron.
Fully Archival - Giclee Prints
I use the worlds best quality Giclee papers to make your archival fine art prints, personally selecting either a beautiful French paper, Canson Platine, or the equally sublime Hahnemuhle 308 Photo Rag.
The specified print size relates to the actual printed image area.
Solid Ash Framed - Signed - Double Matted
Custom built solid natural Ash frame (34mm) houses a signed and double matted (bright white) premium quality print produced on paper of the very highest quality, namely Hahnemuhle 308 Photo Rag or Canson Platine archival heavy weight papers. These are bonded to foam backing board and sealed against dust ingression - Ready to hang.
The specified size relates to the printed image area, the finished framed print's length and breadth is between 8 to 10 inches larger.
Di-Bond Aluminium Print
Modern, contemporary and stylish these beautiful crisp, frameless Fuji Flex giclee printed pictures are bonded to an aluminium substrate that is lightweight, ultra stiff, yet very thin. They make a bold high impact statement floating clear of your walls.
Personally sourced and despatched direct to your door from Germany - Ready to hang.
Acrylic Glass Prints
For the ultimate in contemporary display imagery there is little to compare with a premium quality large scale acrylic glass covered print. They have a luminosity, sharpness and impact to them that surpasses all other display mediums.
They are truly sublime I have personally sourced them from Germany for delivery direct to your door - Ready to hang.