Whale Print Hump Back breaching in Stormy Sea with boat from | Etsy
UNFRAMED DIGITAL PRINTS - UNFRAMED PRINT - Whale Prints, Fine Art Prints The subtle watercolour textures and cool blue colours of this Magnificent Breaching Hump Back Whale illustration brings a touch of nature to your home. This wall print is part of a series entitled ‘Tails of the Sea'. ***PLEASE NOTE THESE PRINTS ARE UNFRAMED*** ORIGINAL ARTWORK: These fine art prints have been created by myself Dario Fisher using my own illustrations which has then been digitally reconstructed and…
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A heavily scarred humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is seen gliding below a boat's shadow. Scars like these are common on adult whales and are partly due to encounters with rivals during mating season. North Pacific Ocean
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I'm an American living in Regensburg, Bavaria. Born in Munich I spent my first 10 years in Kirkwood, Mo. 1971 we moved to where I am now. Finished German school in 1981, then spent 29 semesters studying German literature, philosophy and political science. 1982 I joined the management of the local film club's cinema Filmgalerie, and from 1991-2001 I ran my own arthouse cinema STALI (Stadtamhofer Lichtspiele). In between I also co-owned a cinema bookstore for a few years. In the 80s I…
Marine Photographer Captures Captivating Shots of Adorable Newborn Whales
Freelance photographer Rita Kluge treats the world as her oyster. Based in the beautiful beaches of Sydney, Australia, the German transplant travels the