Kelp Gull (immature)
The Kelp Gull is the second largest gull in Australia. It is a large black-backed gull with a white tail and a large yellow bill with a red spot on the lower tip. It is now common in many parts of coastal south-eastern Australia, and especially in Tasmania.
Scientific name: Larus dominicanus
Actual print dimensions: A4 8″ x 10″ (203mm x 254mm), A3 11″ x 13.75 (279mm x 349mm)
Media and Ink: Images are printed on 100% cotton rag – museum grade white fine art, matt 310gsm photographic paper. Epson UltraChrome HDR inks, the latest pigment ink technology are used for colour fidelity and permanence.
Photographer’s signature: Each photographic print is signed by hand. The signature appears near the bottom of the image.
Postage and packing: Images are supplied in an archival sleeve, packed in a tube and posted via Australia Post mail with tracking.