THE BUOY - South Africa by Sohail Coelho
A small town near the southern tip of the continent houses Seal Island. It's a small collection of rocks boasting out of cold Atlantic waters, where seals come to play, multiply and warm their thick bodies in the bright afternoon sun. They waddle on flippers up slippery rocks and dive back in. A lone buoy marks the edge of the jetty, and cormorants fly and hover around. Man and nature, partnering in the creation of this scene. Harmony.
Hout Bay, South Africa - July 30, 2010
Digital Photography printed on ON ALUMINUM - 24" HEIGHT X 32" WIDTH (LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST).
READY TO HANG WITH WALL MOUNTS AND CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY WITH WAX SEAL, SERIES # AND SIGNATURE.