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This male Scarlet Honeyeater suffered concusion and a wing injury.  He was found on the ground in the Inner West of Sydney.  

In Sydney, our trees are being cut down at an alarming rate to make way for new roads and development.  Plus the drought has pushed these tiny honeyeaters into city garden areas where they find it difficult to navigate the high rise buildings.


This composite image symbolises lack of food and habitat for our birds.


This image was shortlisted in the 2019 BirdLife Australia Photography competition and got an honerable mention in the Australian Photography awards.


Available Sizes:

A0: approx 85cm x 120cm, limited edition of 10 (printed on photo-rag art paper)

A1: approx 60cm x 85cm, limited edition of 25 (printed on photo-rag art paper)


A2: approx 60cm x 42cm, limited edition of 50 (printed on Silk photographic paper)

A3: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 100 (printed on Silk photographic paper)

A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition (printed on Silk photographic paper)

Scarlet Honeyeater


Silk paper:

The photrographic paper we use is environmentally friendly archival silk photographic paper which is reisistant to moisture and yellowing.


This 100% virgin fibre media is sourced from sustainable forests and has received the Nordic Swan Award; the most demanding ecological mark in international paper. The manufacturing mill maintains ISO14001 Environmental Management System Certification, recycles water, uses waste products as an energy source with waste and effluent treatment systems in place. There are no detectable dioxin discharges in the manufacture of this product.


Photo-rag paper:

Canson Rag Photographique
310gsm – 100% Cotton – Extra Smooth
Canson Rag Photographique offers a unique extra smooth surface with an exceptional off white tone. It also provides one of the highest achievable Dmax (maximum black density) currently available on the market, making it ideal for fine art photography as well as fine art printmaking.

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