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Captive or Wild Ltd Ed print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

This  image is a photo-montage of two different shots, a Rainbow Lorikeet portrait and a flying wild flock.

The prcocess I used was to emulate a double exposure you would do if you used a film camera, or a double exposure in a dark room.

In Australia we have wild parrots that have adapted well to suburbia and city life, becoming opportunists for being fed.  Turning up in gardens and on balconies, becoming very tame.  From a wildlife carer perspective this makes it difficult when one gets injured and is rescued.  Sometimes it’s hard to determine whether its an escaped pet or friendly wild.

This also begs the question of why do you need a pet parrot when you can have close encounters with the wild ones?  Why do native parrots need to be bred in captivity and sold as pets when you can marvel at them free flying in the wild?

Size:

A3: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 40 (unframed)

Printed on special Ilford Gallerie paper, smooth pearl, 310gsm.

Signed with edition number, includes a certificate of authenticity.

Captive or Wild Ltd Ed print

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

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Captive or Wild Ltd Ed print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

This  image is a photo-montage of two different shots, a Rainbow Lorikeet portrait and a flying wild flock.

The prcocess I used was to emulate a double exposure you would do if you used a film camera, or a double exposure in a dark room.

In Australia we have wild parrots that have adapted well to suburbia and city life, becoming opportunists for being fed.  Turning up in gardens and on balconies, becoming very tame.  From a wildlife carer perspective this makes it difficult when one gets injured and is rescued.  Sometimes it’s hard to determine whether its an escaped pet or friendly wild.

This also begs the question of why do you need a pet parrot when you can have close encounters with the wild ones?  Why do native parrots need to be bred in captivity and sold as pets when you can marvel at them free flying in the wild?

Size:

A3: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 40 (unframed)

Printed on special Ilford Gallerie paper, smooth pearl, 310gsm.

Signed with edition number, includes a certificate of authenticity.

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