Crab-eating seals, seen from above as they rest on broken ice on the Antarctic Peninsula in December 2018. The biomass of this species is nearly four times higher than those of all other pinnipeds gathered . In addition to being the most abundant seal species, it is also the fastest.
Keywords used by Collection GEO to describe this photograph: antarctica, ice floe, climate, environment, nature, polar, aerial, climate change, sunset, drone, ice, iceberg, landscape, landscapes, planet, spring, aerial view, sky view
This art photograph was taken with a film camera. The picture is printed on satin paper using the latest inkjet printing technologies.
Each print is coated with a protective varnish to ensure long-lasting preservation.
270g/m2 satin-finish paper.
Mounting on aluminium
The photograph is laminated on a 2mn Dibond aluminium plate with a frame on the back to easily hang the photograph on the wall.
This photograph is sold with a certificate of authenticity.
12x8, 20x14, 30x20, 36x24, 48x32, 60x40.
Classic wood frame, Premium aluminium frame, Aluminum mounting, Print only, Floater frame.
This photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 copies worldwide.
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|Framing 11x14||10x8, 12x8, 12x9|
|Framing 20x24 or 24x30||20x14, 20x16, 20x14|