Portrait of a Bighorn Sheep

One morning I was hiking through the Canadian Rockies. The first snow had fallen over night. I always love that time. It unveils the wild landscape like a book. The fresh track of a fox here, there two wolves... It's always exciting to see how much wildlife is in places that seem so lifeless during the day.
And as I was reading those tracks and being lost in my thoughts I suddenly stood in front of this massive Bighorn Sheep. He was calm and confident and allowed me to watch him and his slightly smaller buddy for some time. Doesn't he make you think of the Balrog from the Mines of Moria...?

Printed on high quality matte and age resistant photo paper. The smooth surface gives the paper a lovely soft feel and the print a stunning sense of depth.

With a smooth, white passepartout and a black alder wood frame

Rather than using heavy glass, I chose a non-glare acrylic that means prints are easier to ship to you, have zero glare and a reduced cost.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Acrylite front protector
• White mat board
• Hanging hardware included

The Ram

    Hoar frost covers a northern forest that stretches over several mountains as far as the eye can see
    © Peter Zenkl