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Turkey Vulture, 26 Mar 2013
 
Turkey Vulture
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The first few days of spring on the 44th parallel might as well be winter: the landscape is mostly gray, often with snow lying about. But you can feel the sort of inaudible thrumming of potential energy getting ready to bust out everywhere. And if you’re lucky, you’ll catch sight of a pair of Turkey Vultures soaring up from down south. If you’re really lucky, you’ll find them perched down along Beech Hill Road and get a picture of one. (I think they’re beautiful birds.)
This image is available in the editions below.
Open edition: 13" x 19" giclée prints (11.25" x 15" image area). Signed by the photographer.† $70.00
Open edition: 8.5" x 11" giclée prints (6" x 8" image area). Signed by the photographer.‡ $35.00
 
All artwork is printed on an Epson Stylus® Pro 3880, offering gallery-quality output with MicroPiezo print head, eight-color ink set, and advanced pigment technology. Note: frame not included.

†Printed on Hahnemühle William Turner Matt Fine Art Paper (310 GSM).
‡Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Fine Art Paper (308 GSM).
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