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National Geographic Magazine - Daily Dozen, Published Oct 28, 2014

It isn't unusual for older men in China to take their precious birds early in the morning for a daily stroll to the park. They hang up their various ornate bamboo birdcages to the lower branches for hours while the men play mahjong, exercise or catch up on daily gossip. The hobby of walking pet birds has been popular in China since the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and this old tradition continues until today. Quite often these birds are their only companion and they treat them as part of the family.

Limited Edition of #3/50
- Signed Certificate of Authenticity with Edition Number.
- Printed on Baryta paper, the most enduring of photo papers, which has been a hit with photography aficionados for more than 140 years. This paper is particularly popular with galleries and museums taking photography to a new level. Shining white and intense black tones, ultra-fine brightness levels and sharp contours

- Professionally handmade black wood gallery frame (1.5 cm) with a 5 cm white passe-partout.
- Photograph is behind Anti-Reflective matte Acrylic, effectively prevents distracting reflections
- Pre-mounted, metallic hanging elements integrated into the frame, ready to hang
30 x 45cm Image Size
43 x 58cm Frame Dimensions

*Frames shown in the images are only for reference purpose and might differ from the actual frame shipped to you, always check the info and dimensions above

Materials used:

Baryta Fine Art archival paper

Birdcages (Ready To Hang) Limited Edition #3/50 (2012)


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