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Fine Art Print

Harmonize

$1,250.00$1,375.00

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Fine Art Print

Harmonize

$1,250.00$1,375.00

$1,250.00$1,375.00

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With the purchase of each print, 10% is donated to Mercy for Animals, a non-profit organization founded in 1999.

Harmonize is a fine art photography print that brings the viewer to this small pond where a majestic bird is drinking out of. Nature photography allows tranquility, peace, and calm to transcend photographs and to enter into peoples lives. In this fine art print, photographer Aileen Sideris delightfully captures a perfectly balanced moment between this bird and it’s natural surroundings.

• Prints are made using environmentally friendly materials on eco-friendly printers.
• All paper prints are made on high-quality fine art archival paper.
• All metal prints come ready to hang. Metal prints are durable and naturally tear-proof.

Additional information

Size

20"x30"

Material

Paper, Metal

• Prints are made using environmentally friendly materials on eco-friendly printers.
• All paper prints are made on high-quality fine art archival paper.
• All metal prints come ready to hang. Metal prints are durable and naturally tear-proof.

Additional information

Size

20"x30"

Material

Paper, Metal

Behind the Image

Harmonize

 

It’s undeniable that our surroundings directly affect our mood and state of being. This can be seen and felt every time you take a walk through a beautiful forest or even your local park. We as people naturally gravitate towards places that help invoke feelings of peace and serenity in us, and for me this was one of those places.

I was on a trip to Washington, D.C. from New York City when this photograph was taken in Maryland. Trips for me usually include a balance between cultural activities in city areas and more natural ones. I often seek out forests, nature reserves, and national parks if possible.

Living harmoniously with our animal friends is something I hope we continue working towards as a people. Animal rights are so important and have been consistently improving as more and more people choose to speak out against injustices and also choose to live more cruelty-free lives.

Standing so close to this beautiful creature and them knowing I wasn’t a threat was a significant moment to me. I was there to observe, photograph, and enjoy the natural surroundings as much as the wildlife that lives in these woods. I wasn’t a threat. I was a friend and I think this bird knew that too.

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