Along the Coast
“I am charmed by the west coast of Canada as well as the northwest United States. Mountains march down to the sea producing peninsulas, inlets, and islands. Roads are all but impossible over most of the land. As a result, the natural beauty is mostly intact.
We are priveledged to look at a landscape that is still as handsome as it was when early humans first made contact thousands of years ago. Without question , the aerial king of the coast is the bald eagle. I have shown one such king or queen after an unsuccessful attempt to catch a fish. The telltale sign is the sparkling track in the water.” – Robert Bateman
Also available as:
- Offset Paper, 20″ x 10″, Edition of 1250