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'Port Charcot'

'Port Charcot'

A limited edition* fine art print.

Signed by Rachel Bigsby, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.


Behind The Lens:

First mapped in 1904, Port Charcot, Booth Island sits close to the Lemaire Channel and the division between the NW and the SW peninsula . At the top of the island is a mountain, overlooking an iceberg graveyard, and at the foot of the mountain, hundreds of Gentoo, Adelie and Chinstrap Penguins can be found. The scene was extraordinary with wispy clouds breezing across the mountainside, soft light dappling the water, and busy Penguins making their way to a from the sea and colony to feed hungry chicks.


42 x 60 cm

(size is approximate due to varying image ratios)


Limited Edition:
1 of 100 prints

Each print is posted 'tracked and signed for' via Royal Mail.

Please allow up to 10 working days for UK delivery and 20 working days for international delivery. During periods of expedition or assignment, there may be a delay in dispatch.

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