Olorian in Maasai is an African olive tree, a tree that mainly leopards climb, a tree which is a symbol of peace, health, and friendship.

The local Maasai gave the name Olorian to this absolutely stunning boy with such incredible eyes he was sheer perfection in every way, I felt so humbled and blessed to spend an hour or so in his company whilst he napped in the midday sun underneath his favourite Olorian tree with not a soul in sight. Total bliss all round I say.

Maasai Mara 2022

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Pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Paper

Hahnemühle’s Fine Art Baryta paper is a white 325gsm 100% a-cellulose paper with a high-gloss finish. The barium inkjet coating ensures this paper is a genuine replacement for traditional Baryta papers from analogue laboratories. Fine Art Baryta meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness.

60 x 40 inch
GBP 8,000
40 x 30 inch
GBP 5,000
30 x 20 inch
GBP 3,500
20 x 16 inch
GBP 2,000

Signed edition of 10 in each size

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Copyright The Artist: Timothy Dunn - single image photographs - Masai Mara, Africa


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