Photographer Sharon Montrose found the perfect way to combine her 2 favorite subjects, photography and animals. Since 2008 she has been offering her unique animal photographs through her online store The Animal Print Shop.
Call me a Texan, but naturally, the Longhorn Steer is one of my favorites.
I just don’t think there is a more majestic animal.
……and yes, I understand the irony of having a severed head hanging in my garage.
Her American Buffalo photograph is equally as beautiful.
Looks like it stepped right off the nickel.
The most popular subjects are the little darlings series…….an assortment of baby animal portraits.
They are just about absolutely perfect gracing the walls of a modern nursery….and y’all know how we love multiples of anything.
Just look at how sweet these little things are. (it’s gunna blow Kylie’s mind when she sees that lamb)
Starting at just $25, (ya gotta admit that is a very DO-able price for art) these photos are guaranteed to make your home.
Sharon’s animal subjects are all real, live animals, raised (many of them rescued) by experienced animal keepers and handlers who take great care to ensure the animal’s welfare while being photographed. The larger animals are shot on site in their habitats and then photoshopped into the white background.
The Animal Print Shop even donates a percentage of profits to animal rescue organizations.
What better reason to buy 2, or 4, or even 6.
Agghhhh. I’ve been dying over the buffalo for months. I really want the largest one but, ouch, $$$.
I’m gonna wait till we’re in our new house to see if it still makes sense.
I’ve been watching it for a while too, and yes…bigger is better. They are all such beautiful photos…I smile every time I visit the site….
Oh. My. God. LOVE…
The artwork is fabulous.
AND whoever is responsible for staging all those interiors photos is a genius.
K A Y
I feel the same way…that’s Morgan from the brick house blog…she also took the interior pictures. The Bison is in her bedroom. She’s a bit “clean” for me, but I love her style…check her out!
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