Mapungubwe was home to an ancient civilization, evidence of which remains among the amazing landscapes dotted with baobab trees and abundant wildlife.
Baobab trees as large as this one are several thousand years old and the largest one (in Limpopo Province, South Africa) had a circumference of 47m! They can store up to 120,000 litres of water inside their swollen trunks and hence become targets for elephants when times are tough.
The picture was accepted for the Cork Street Open Exhibition in London in 2013.
The picture is printed using the Giclée process on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 fine art paper. Giclée Fine Art Prints are extremely high quality, archival grade, digital prints that use an ultra fine inkjet printing process to produce images of intense colour and vibrancy. Giclée printing is widely regarded as one of the very best photographic and fine art printing methods currently available.
This is a 12 x 8 inch print in a limited edition of 100.
The print is sold with a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
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