Flamingos

    Canvas are printed on 350gsm matte or satin exhibition canvas paper which is stretched over a 2cm finger joint slope Pine wood frame.

    Framed canvas wall art are printed on 350gsm matte or satin exhibition canvas. It sits inside a hand-made L-Shape Italian wooden frame, with a 1cm shadow gap.

    Framed wall art prints use high-quality Italian wood frames which allow your print to last a lifetime complimented with the best in the market German made Hahnemühle Premium and Fine Art Papers.

    • A 308 gsm 100% cotton rag paper with a slightly textured surface. The fine, surface and feel make this paper very versatile and it is ideal for printing both black and white and colour photographs and art reproductions with impressive pictorial depth. This has also been the most widely used matte paper for fine art photographers for years.
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Description

The Greater Flamingoes are found in Europe, and in parts of Asia and Africa. They fly great distances during the winters to take refuge in wetlands and coastal areas like Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Thousands of greater flamingoes have been recorded in the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, and it is not surprising that they have become the main attraction amidst the sky-scraping facades in the back drop.

 

I had been photographing flamingos many times at different places around the UAE. However this specific visit in Oct 2007 was a perfect combination of tide levels and an interesting group of flamingos feeding nearby. This image is part of a series.

 

Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuarythe new viewpoints made this attraction really accessible

 

Location: Dubai, UAE

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