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Whats for Dinner? - Limited Edition 1 of 25
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Whats for Dinner? - Limited Edition 1 of 25 Photograph

Michael Crosby

United States

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Size: 30 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Just over the bridge in South Carolina from Savannah Ga. is the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. It is teeming with wildlife, the alligators and the wading birds are abundant. I have been fortunate enough (actually its a lot of patience) to capture photos of the alligators catching. On this day however, prey and predator just kept a wary on each other. The Tri-colored Heron did catch a few fish while I watched. The alligator kept edging closer but had no chance of catching the bird. Limited edition prints come with a certificate of authenticity. This Limited Edition Print is printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Professional Paper. This paper was chosen specifically for this photograph because it is a True non-reflective matte paper that is great for skin tones, soft images, and black & whites. As a bonus, this Limited Edition Print comes mounted on 1/8" thick Masonite, so it is ready to be framed.

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Photography Print:Black & White on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:30 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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As a pre-teen and teen I was fortunate enough to work with the Savannah Science Museum on a Sea Turtle Tagging project, The Carreta Research Project, as well as numerous studies of reptiles and amphibians. This, along with having a family that always seemed to be outdoors, lead to my love of everything in nature and an appreciation of the beauty all around us. I began to take photography seriously in 1984 when I purchased my first 35mm camera, a Minolta X700. In 1985 I joined the Navy and was stationed in Sigonella Sicily, there I met up with a local photographer and we ended up sharing a studio. He did film processing and sold film and accessories, I used the back room for portraits and also sold some of my scenery shots from around the countryside and photographed the occasional wedding. After leaving Sicily in 1988 I still worked as a photographer as a side gig shooting weddings, sporting events and corporate functions. I still went out and spent time in nature shooting wildlife and scenery photos, selling a few "wall hangers" along the way. My work in the military and in the oilfield has taken me to over 50 countries. I was fortunate enough to able to spend time with my camera in most of these places. I have decided that I want to share my photography with a broader audience than I have so far, that is why I am partnering with Saatchi Art to showcase my work.

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