Churchill Wildlife Management Area, Manitoba, Canada
Although normally solitary, when congregating around Churchill in the autumn or around a whale carcass or something large enough to feed multiple bears, they can be relatively sociable with one another. In these larger groups, called sleuths, males play-fight without doing harm. According to one documentary, polar bears can later recognize 'friends' they've met before even after many years apart.
Photographic details: Canon EOS 30D camera w/ EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens set at 360mm. Flash was not used. Camera was set for 1/800 sec on shutter priority with +2/3 stop exposure compensation, resulting in an aperture of f/7.1 sec at ISO 400.
|Print details: maximum size||Medium||Printed||Estimated|
|Fine Art Paper||10" x 15"||13" x 20"|
|Canvas||N/A||17" x 26"|
Currently In Stock
Although we can print to your specifications any size up to the above limits to the nearest 1/16" with any mat and moulding combinations, the below prints are available immediately:
|Print Number||Description||Price (includes sales tax & shipping)|
|(#1)S||matted 10"x15" print, black mat (outside 15"x20" requires non-standard frame)||$75|
|#3||framed 10"x15", black inside blue mats, black frame (outside 18"x23")||$175|