AmboseliRegular price €300,00
Limited edition artwork
Photographed in Amboseli, Kenya
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White
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The word ‘Amboseli’ is an English corruption of the Maa word ‘Empusel’, which means ‘salty, dry place’. Flowing underground streams of meltwater from the Kilimanjaro ice-caps are keeping certain areas of the park well supplied with water. However, at the end of the dry season, most of these streams, as well as the entire lake, dry up. As a result, the elephants embark on a daily walk from their overnight woodland shelter at the base of Kilimanjaro, all the way across the exposed lake-bed to the swamps in search of food and water. A daily spectacle that is hard to put in words. United as one and in perfect synchrony, they snake across the lake. But what strikes most is the pure silence, only the sound of footsteps on cracked sun-baked soil are heard, as if they are walking on air. So powerful, yet so fragile. Amboseli, you can shake the dust from your shoes, but not from your heart.
This limited edition artwork comes in the following editions:
S - edition of 25
M - edition of 15
L - edition of 10
XL - edition of 5
Artist prints – 2 (read about it in the FAQ)
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For each of this particular print being sold, I am donating 10% of the net proceeds to
Big Life Foundation, so that they can continue their important work in safeguarding wildlife and people. Read more about why I am doing this here.
Certificate of Authenticity
Every limited edition artwork comes with an official Certificate of Authenticity, including a hologram patch that is matched by a unique number on both the print and the certificate. This hologram sticker can be attached to the backend of the artwork once it's framed.
Due to the custom-made nature of each artwork, framing is only available through personal inquiry, read more about it in our FAQ. Do you want to know more about the difference between ‘fine-art on dibond’ & ‘acrylic glass’, click here.