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Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective

Is it Friday Yet

Is it Friday Yet

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This second-year coastal brown bear cub always was at its mother side during a trip to Lake Clark, Alaska. According to the locals, two of its siblings had been killed by a male early in the spring. The mother was understandably overly cautious and kept a close eye on her last remaining cub. Frequently female bears with cubs will get uncomfortably close to people to avoid males. As the mother started off to hunt for salmon, she left the cub close to my location, almost like I was anointed its babysitter, and then she walked about 100ft away to the mouth of the nearby stream. The cub lay patiently in the rain and waited for its breakfast. I love this photo because it reminds me of my own children. Like most kids they quickly become bored when the parents are hard at work, this cub looks like it hates being there, hates the rain, and just wants mom to hurry up and finish. Although it is a bear it had such great expressions almost human-like at times that allowed me to feel a connection to this cub.

Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag

Donna Feledichuk

Materials

Hahnemühle Photo Rag® is one of the world’s most popular papers and the valued all-rounder for high-quality FineArt inkjet printing. The white cotton artist’s paper, with its characteristic, wonderfully soft feel, boasts a lightly defined felt structure, lending each artwork a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth.

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Should your print arrive with any scratches, tears, or imperfections, please contact our team and we will have the image replaced fee of charge.

Dimensions

16 x 24 inch print with 0.2inch bleed on each side.

Care Instructions

The age resistance of prints is defined by two criteria: the base paper and the print. All Hahnemühle papers are, in accordance with DIN6738, extremely resistant to ageing and have the highest life expectancy class of several hundred years. The durability of prints, i.e. the print permanence, depends on the ink and can last for more than 100 years with UV-resistant ink (pigment ink).

 

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