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Trickles of Wool

Trickles of Wool

Yellowstone National Park, 2021


In the early 1900s, there were less than two dozen bison in the Yellowstone region. Fortunately, after a century of protection and rehabilitation, the bison population has grown to over 5,000. The gentle beast in Trickles of Wool had just crossed a river which emphasized the texture in its coat. 



Metal Details

  • Created by infusing dye directly into a specially coated aluminum sheet
  • Includes a wall mount for instant display
  • Hooks not included
  • Max weight is 10.5 lbs
  • Easy to clean with cloth and/or water


Paper Details

  • Printed on Kodak ENDURA Silk, perfect for vibrant images
  • Includes white border 
  • Matting and/or framing is not included, but available upon request
  • Prints 36x24 will be printed on Kodak ENDURA Metallic


All photos are printed at Bay Lab Photo in California.

Trickles of Wool

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