Exclusive Limited Print From the Series "Animaux du Monde" - Printed on Hähnemulle Photo Rag Fine Art Paper.
Cape Cross is a protected area owned by the government of Namibia and holds one of the largest colonies of Cape Fur Seals in the world. Scuba divers will recognize these animals as friendly creatures who swimming around them as a form of playing. The Brown Fur Seal comes in three; the Cape Fur Seal, South African Fur Seal and Australian Fur Seal. By 1990 hunting and harvesting of seals was outlawed in Australia and South Africa, but is still allowed in Namibia. Cape Cross is one of two main sites in Namibia where pups are culled for their fur and adult males for their genitalia. It is also considered necessary to limit seal numbers in Namibia because of the supposed effect seals have on the country's fish harvest but the economic impact of seals on the fish resources is controversial and has still not been proven.
10% of all sales will be donated to Charity
This is an Exclusive Limited Print
- 15.7 inch (40cm) only 10 copies available
- 27.5 inch (70cm) only 7 copies available
the dimension mentioned is the longest side
Limited Edition prints means that the photo in question is only available in a limited amount. Once the maximum number of prints has been reached, that photo will never be printed again.
We provide each print with a white border of at least 3 cm, giving the photo that classic look. Moreover, thanks to this white border, they can easily be placed in a passe-partout.
Each print is manually inspected by myself and signed, dated and numbered on the back.