Sandhill Crane, 8x10 on Maple Wood
Sandhill Cranes migrate over the Methow (and much of central and eastern WA) in the spring and fall. We often hear groups of them honking as they fly overhead and it's a rare treat when one or more land on the ground. When they land, they tend to be in working or old wheat or hay fields; eating old seed; and they sleep out in the open in these fields. They will also drop down around small lakes and ponds. This is a digitally modified photograph so that the image looks like a painting. I often work in this medium, which takes a lot of time and experimentation, and I love it for certain images. It creates an artsy and unique look. This is printed on maple wood, making the print even more artistic with striations of the wood grain showing through the image. Ready to hang and shipping included in price.