Fine Art Print - Award Winning Image
Fine Art Print - Award Winning Image
Fine Art Print - Award Winning Image

Fine Art Print - Award Winning Image

Regular price $453.00 Sale

Britta Jaschinski's collectable photos are printed on high end archival Hahnemühle Photorag paper.

Print size: 12 inch x 16 inch, ca 30 cm x 40 cm

The prints are not mounted and not signed. They are shipped in a strong cardboard roll. Free Shipping Worldwide. Delivery time depends on your location. The print will be despatched from the UK, as soon as the payment has been processed.

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1. Out of the Ashes - Cheetah

2. Black Panther

3. Lone Lion

Out of the Ashes:

Captions:

1. With this photo 'Out of the Ashes', Britta was named European Wildlife Photographer of the year 2011. The photo was also awarded in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of Year competition in the same year. Britta arrived in Ndutu, Tanzania, only days after a huge bushfire blazed through the area. 'Vast tracts of acacia trees were burnt to the ground, and the air reeked of ash and cinders,' says Britta. The scorched ground was dotted with whitened tortoise shells, and disorientated antelopes were wandering around with nowhere to hide - a windfall for predators. One evening, a cheetah appeared on the blackened scene. 'But it, too, looked unsettled, alienated - almost ghostly.' Britta took the photo using a long exposure to catch the mood of the moment and then watched as the cheetah melted into the background.

2. Black Panther: Remember the 35mm Polaroid films? They were simply the best. They came with chemicals and a small manual autoprocessor. It was totally random and you never knew what you end up with. Sometimes the films didn't come out but when they did, it was like magic. Such beautiful quality. I LOVED working with this film - PolaChrome Black & White.

3. Lone Lion: I heard tales of a solitary old lion wandering in the Lobo area of Tanzania's Serengeti National Park. Fascinated, I spent three days searching for him and found him resting in the shade of an acacia tree. No one was sure what had happened to him, though he may have been forced from his pride by a younger male. His face seemed to bear the weight of wide experience. An old, wise beast, enormously powerful still.