Spirit of the forset - special edition of 30 fine Art prints.

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Spirit of the forset - special edition of 30 fine Art prints.

from 350.00

The Kermode Bear, is a rare subspecies of the American black bear living in the Central and North Coast regions of British Columbia, Canada.

While most Kermode bears are black, about 10–20% of these bears living on a few isolated islands are white and estimated in numbers between 300 and 500 fully white individuals making it the rarest bear species on out planet.

In this image you can see "Ma’am" (grandma by the local first nations language), an iconic female estimated to be 18 years old, who appeared on the cover of National Geographic August 2011 issue.

We have found Ma’am patrolling the cost line and feeding on Crab apples and Barnacles.

Due to her old age it was unclear if she has survived the winter and seeing her for the first time that year made me so happy, she is truly a very special bear!

For me this moment of capturing her on the top of a temporary waterfall after heavy rains was the Icing on the cake of an unforgettable trip!
Taken on September 2018 in Gribbell Island, BC, Canada

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Signed and Numbered Print, special edition of 30 in Total.

Prints are limited to small numbers and are each hand numbered and signed by me just beneath the image area.
Each is printed with a wide paper border all around.

Quality Assurance

All prints are printed on CANSON® INFINITY RAG PHOTOGRAPHIQUE 310 GSM - MATTE.
Canson® Infinity Rag Photographique is a 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art and photo paper.
Each print is checked to ensure quality before it is sent to the buyer.
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity hand signed by me.

Purchasing

Prices are in US dollars.
Unframed prints are supplied carefully rolled in a solid tube.

For framed prints and other print sizes please enquire at eshelamit@gmail.com