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In "Birdwatching," Pearl loves to go birding. She spotted a cuckoo just a few seconds ago through her binoculars, but now can't find it anywhere. "Where did that bird go?" she wonders. Well, it's closer than she can imagine! Pearl is a boxer dog-mix and has a real nose for birding.

This archival photograph, signed by the us, the artists, measures 11 inches by 7-3/8 inches and printed on 14 X 11-inch archival matte-finish paper. The photograph is printed with a *white border* to simulate a mat (second photo above is what you will receive). The photo comes with a hardboard backing and fits in a standard size frame. The watermark is not on the actual photograph. A ready-to-hang 16 X 24-inch canvas wrap is also available.

Our work is guaranteed and we offer a 14-day return policy on all of our items. Buyer pays return shipping.

Professional fine art photographers, Kirby and Cindy Pringle create whimsical "dog people" photographs. We are also the authors of three children's books: "The Butterfly That Would Not Fly," "Happy Tails: Earl and Pearl on the Farm" and "Happy Tails: The Call of Nature."

Thank you and please go to our website — www.dogtownartworks.com — or http://www.etsy.com/shop/DogtownArtworks/about/ for more information about us.

Birdwatching, large original photograph that shows why it's difficult to see the forest for the trees

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival photograph, hardboard backing, clear bag
  • Only ships to United States from Illinois, United States.
  • Feedback: 84 reviews
  • Favorited by: 95 people