Maasai Mara Kenya 2014
An open edition in all sizes
If anything could symbolise the plight of Africa's wildlife against humankind it might be the late Karanja, reputedly the owner of Africa's longest rhino horn at 34 inches. Karanja pulled in many times more revenue than a trophy hunter could ever pay for, and he also reminded us what could have been and what still should be, that these horns were once commonplace.
Nobody who ever saw Karanja will ever forget him. I particularly remember my own first encounter with him, which was of disbelief. I was not able to secure a picture that day, but in the few years hence, he was kind to me. Karanja was rare in today's age, under the eye of the park's rangers he lived life to the fullest, dying of natural causes in 2014 at the age of 42.
I made this print in December 2014 to remember Karanja by. It's an open edition and not limited so it will always be available.
Open Edition prints
Open prints have no limit to their print run and are not numbered or signed. A signature is reproduced just beneath the image area. Open prints cost less than limited editions but are identical in appearance and quality.Sizes
Measurements given are for the longest side of the printed image area. Each print is made with a wide paper border all around. For sizes larger than those listed, please enquire.Pricing
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All prints are printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag using long life quality inks to ensure light fast durability. The giclée method gives a clean end result with no discernible dots or print pattern.Secure Payments
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