Bob Dansereau captures the wonder of a diversified plant and animal life only New England has to offer.
Rhode Island in and of itself is full of opportunities sought after by many a nature and wildlife photographer.
Thanks to New England’s varied weather and terrain, its eco-system is one of the Earth’s richest. She is host to a tremendous diversity of indigenous plant and animal life. Many species of migratory wildlife come and go with the changing seasons. Nature subjects are interesting and enjoyable to look at when displayed as fine art pieces.
Our fine art can be purchased in various sizes expertly produced on archival-grade substrates in your choice of premium photographic paper, canvas or the latest in contemporary style, high definition metal. A sampling of standard sizes and finishes are available to order online. If you don’t see a size or finish you want or if you have questions, please contact us directly (401-757-0242) or via the Contact form.
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Print and Image File Terms– Personal License- ©2016 Please note all Earthly Image Photography’s images are copyright protected. Earthly Image Photography grants the buyer a non-exclusive perpetual personal use license to use the accompanying print(s) subject to the following restrictions: This license is for personal use only. Personal use means non-commercial use of the print(s) for display at home or personal galleries for personal viewing pleasure. The print(s) may not be used in any way whatsoever in which you charge money, collect fees, or receive any form of remuneration. The print(s) may not be used in advertising. The print(s) may not be used in public art galleries. The print(s) may not be resold, re-licensed, or sub-licensed. Copyright for the image(s) shall remain exclusively with Bob Dansereau and Earthly Image Photography. If there is interest in purchasing the image(s) for commercial purposes, please contact Bob Dansereau of Earthly Image Photography.