A baby whale breaching in Banderous Bay near Puerto Vallarta. Baby hump backed whales are forced to breach time after time in order to strengthen them for the trip North. They are born in the warm Mexican waters in the Winter then travel North to feed.
One 6.67 x 10 inch fine art print
I can provide a cropped 8x10 print for the same price if you prefer. Just let me know what you want in messages to seller
Printed and signed in studio by the artist.
The print will be signed by the artist in the white border. An Epson professional printer is used on Epson archival mat paper with Epson pigmented inks. By using all Epson products this insures archival quality prints. Prints are guaranteed against fading.
Other sizes available:
5x7 $15 slightly cropped
8x10 $25 severely cropped
8x12 $30 full image
12x18 $75 full image
Custom matting and framing also available.
A custom mat for a 6.67 x10 inch print that fits an 11x14 inch picture frame would be an additional $16 plus $2 shipping. The print would be signed an also the mat with a backing assembled ready to frame.
Add a custom frame for an additional $34. This would include the print ($25) and mat ($16) with backing assembled in the frame ($34) with glass and all the hardware assembled with a dust cover if wood. Ready to hang. The total would be $75 with $7.95 shipping
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I can also accept orders over the phone at my bricks and mortar gallery www.JohnHarmonGallery.com * 336.363.9138
I ship USPS with tracking
I will ship outside of US and Canada just contact me for a shipping quote.
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Copyrighted John A Harmon 1994-2014
If you would like commercial usage of this photo contact me for availability and a quote. This includes artist reference.
The fine art photography of award winning photographer John Harmon is being offered in this shop. www.JohnHarmon.com Specializing in sailing and bird prints with some great landscapes. . You can visit the bricks and mortar John Harmon Gallery in Roaring Gap North Carolina In the Blue Ridge Mountains www.JohnHarmonGallery.com