Rosalind Philips - The Eagle is Landing
This photograph is one of my favorites that I took at Seabeck, WA this spring. It shows a bald eagle with its formidable talons spread wide as it lands in the oyster beds. The talons are made of keratin, the same substance as human hair. Eagles have four talons on each foot: three in the front and one in the back. The back talon acts somewhat like a human thumb while the other three act as “fingers”. This allows them to have a strong and powerful grip. The power of the grip is estimated at 400 – 1000 psi. This is available both as a metal print and as a canvas print.
20x30 Metal Print - $550 – Free Shipping
16x24 Metal Print - $375 – Free Shipping
12x18 Metal Print - $275 – Free Shipping
8x12 Metal Print - $150 – Free Shipping
20x30 Canvas stretched w/ no frame - $525 – Free Shipping
6 Notecard Pkg - $25 – Free Shipping
Additional sizes and print media are available upon request.