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Fine Art prints by Matthieu Paley

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A Bactrian camel sits out a snow storm. These beasts of nature are native to the steppes of Central Asia where they have been used as pack animals along the Silk Road since ancient times. They have an incredible tolerance for cold, high altitude or drought and belong to a small group of animals that regularly eat snow to provide their water needs. The latent heat of snow and ice is enormous compared with the heat capacity of water, demanding a large sacrifice in heat energy and forcing animals to eat only small amounts at a time.

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Collection: Red

Background

It was my second winter expedition into Afghanistan’s Pamir mountains. A five-week assignment in rough conditions and extreme cold. We trekked for three weeks, working on a film documentary on the isolated Kyrgyz community.

Print Details

Format: Archival print, printed with pigment ink on acid free Hahnemühle paper.

Exclusive Edition of 18

Signed and titled on the back.

Image Size: 50 cm x 40 cm

Print is sold unmounted

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This print will be printed to order in Lisbon and will usually ship within 2 weeks of receipt of payment.

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