Red Deer Eating Holly

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Red Deer Eating Holly Print

A wildlife photography print of a red deer on a rainy day in the English Lake District. As I approached the deer was behind the holly bush grazing away.

The raindrops hitting the tree canopy allowed me to crawl into a good position to get a clear shot once the tree walked around to my side of the holly bush. I must have made a little bit to much noise, the deer’s ears picked up and the deer looked in my direction before going back to its snack.

  • Wilidlife photography print
  • Red Deer print
  • Lake District wildlife photography
  • Printed in the UK
Frames are for illustration purposes
 
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Fine Art Giclée Paper

This is our premium paper option.

Your photograph is printed on a Fine Art Photo Rag Paper, this is a cotton 100% rag traditional fine art paper with a special smooth matt coating.

It is a top of the range rag paper with a firm 300gsm base. The matt finish helps to minimise any glare on your photograph.

The matt texture of the paper reveals more details in the shadow area of the photographs, revealing all of the little details.

 

Lustre Paper

 

Lustre is a premium finish on a heavier paper. It offers vibrant colours as well as a finger print resistant finish.

This is printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper

FREE UK SHIPPING

Shipping is included for free with all of our prints.

Your artwork with be delivered via Royal Mail and comes protected in cardboard packaging to prevent damage on your prints.

PROCESSING TIME

All our prints are made to order,  please allow 2-5 business days manufacture time for your prints.

ESTIMATED SHIPPING TIMES

UK: 5-10 business days

SKU: red-deer-eating-holly Categories: , , , , ,
Brand: Adam Kappa

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