“Seasons of Landlocked Salmon” by Dave Whitlock
Landlocked salmon go through a wide range of color changes throughout the year.
Winter: Kelts are lean and a dull chrome-pewter color. Spring: Salmon that remain in rivers after winter grow robust, brightly colored and marked by feeding on smelt and aquatic and terrestrial insects.
Spring: Salmon that remain in rivers after winter grow robust, brightly colored and marked by feeding on smelt and aquatic and terrestrial insects.
Summer: The salmon that return to their lake habitat become heavier and brightly chrome-plated.
Fall: From September to November, landlocks move up into their rivers to spawn. They transform into a rich chroma of colors and heavy spotting, similar to their brown trout relatives.
Signed, numbered and enhanced, limited-edition Giclee print
Two sizes: 11 x 14 inches – edition of 200; 13 X 17 inches – edition of 150; 17 X 22 inches – edition of 100
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Dave hand-enhances all his limited-edition prints with art pencils, inks and/or paints to enrich the colors and overall effect, adding value and individuality to each print.
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