Pembrokeshire Razorbill Giclée Fine Art Print
Ramsey Island is the only breeding site for razorbills tucked away under overhangs or around cave entrances. They are members of the auk family. The great auk was considered to be the norhtern hemispheres equivalent of a penguin. Razorbills are able to fly not like penguins, ther wing spans are very small in comparison with the size of their bodies. They are amazing swimmers and divers.
They are black and white in colour, has a blunt black beak.
Hand painting illustration of the Razor bird famously found on Skomer Island and dotted around the Pembrokeshire coast.
Printed on fine art Hahnemuhle using fade resistant pigment inks for a an archival, longer lasting, fade resistant print.
- Giclee Print
- 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag paper
- Size: A3 (297 x 420 mm 11.7 x 16.5 in)
- Unframed - Ships rolled