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Flying Honu

  • A Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle, honu as they are known in Hawaii, passes behind a breaking wave. These endangered turtles are herbivores and only eat plants and come into the shallow reef areas at high tide to feed. They are very skilled at positioning themselves to avoid the crashing waves.
    Location: North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii

    - In 2011, Clark was one of six photographers from around the world awarded distinction of Highly Honored Photographer of Endangered Species for his pictures of this Hawaiian green sea turtle. Award presented by Nature's Best Photography: Windland Smith Rice International Awards.
    - Large format print exhibited at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC from April - September 2011.
    - Licensed to the Smithsonian Institute for the cover of their Natures Best Photography 2012 Wall Calendar.
    - Licensed to Verizon / G-Shock for 20' event pavilion banners at 2010 US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, California.
  • Glossy Photo Prints
    matte photo prints
    aluminum prints
    canvas giclee prints
  • glossy print option
    canvas giclee option
    aluminum print framing options
  • Custom printing sizes and options are available for most images. Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints and Framed Aluminum Prints larger than 24"x36" are also available for most images. Shipping crates need to be made for these larger pieces and the shipping costs will be calculated on an individual order basis.

    Please contact Clark Little Photography for any inquires outside the sizes and options available online.

    large size prints
    Aluminum print clusters
    panel prints
  • Standard Shipping Schedule
    2-4 weeks shipping & delivery for most prints smaller than 16x24. Prints 16x24 or larger can take up to 6 weeks. To inquire about expedited shipping, please contact Clark Little Photography for availability and pricing.

    For international orders, customer is responsible for all import duties and custom fees. If a shipment is refused, the customer is responsible for the original shipping charges, any import fees, duties and/or taxes that are incurred on the package, and the cost of returning the package.

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