NWF Makes Wildlife Photographs and Art Available to Public for First Time
Enhance Home and Office Décor with the Wonders of Nature
Nature and wildlife photography and art are a dramatic way to add visual interest to any room. For the first time ever, National Wildlife Federation is making available a small selection of its vast collection of donated nature and wildlife images to the public.
Over the last ten years, NWF has amassed more than 30,000 stunning photographs sent in from amateur and professional photographers. The collection includes images of wildlife and nature from around the world including exotic species like pandas, meerkats, tigers, koalas, parrot fish and peacocks as well as colorful flowers like water lilies and dramatic landscapes with thundering waterfalls. Many of the photos are winners from NWF’s annual photo contest. The clarity of each photo really brings the animal to life and the vibrant colors in some can enhance any room décor.
The website developed to display the photos provides the opportunity to create framed art in a variety of sizes as well as customized greeting cards which can be delivered to homes and offices. Prices vary depending on the size and format selected.
“We’ve chosen some of NWF’s very best wildlife photos for this collection so they can be enjoyed by all who appreciate the true wonders of nature,” said John Nuhn, photo director of National Wildlife magazine.
For a more artistic look, the collection also includes classic wildlife art prints dating back as far as 1938 from renowned artists such as Roger Tory Peterson, Charles Frace and Francis Lee Jaques. There are approximately 3,500 wildlife art images to select from, many of which have never been seen by the public.
View the collection and order photographs and art at http://photos.nwf.org