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Fine Art Print

Thinly Veiled

$750.00$1,925.00

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Fine Art Print

Thinly Veiled

$750.00$1,925.00

$750.00$1,925.00

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

Thinly Veiled is a fine art photography print that wonderfully captures a birds attempt at blending into his natural surroundings. In this nature photograph, photographer Aileen Sideris allows the viewer to appreciate the natural beauty of this peaceful, harmonious scene.

• 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

15"x20", 30"x40"

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

15"x20", 30"x40"

Material

Paper, Metal

Behind the Image

Thinly Veiled

 

This feathered creature did a great job at blending into their surroundings and you can really see that in this shot. The color of this birds feathers, their natural shape, and even the birds stance all blended into this natural scene perfectly.

I didn’t even notice the bird standing there at first glance, but luckily before I carried on with my walk I not only noticed their presence in the thicket, but was able to take a piece of that scene with me through this photograph.

Behind the Image

Thinly Veiled

 

This feathered creature did a great job at blending into their surroundings, and you can really see that in this shot. The color of this birds feathers, their natural shape, and even the birds stance all blended into this natural scene perfectly.

I didn’t even notice the bird standing there at first glance, but luckily before I carried on with my walk I not only noticed their presence in the thicket, but was able to take a piece of that scene with me through this photograph.

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