This is from my first encounter with a wild puma. I had been there for six days without a sighting and was beginning to lose hope when the nearby herd of guancos began to make an alert call for possible threat. After a few minutes, the puma emerged on a distant ridge-line. I used the topography to predict where she was going to go and positioned myself appropriately. It worked, and I was able to capture her in front of the Cordillera Paine mountain range, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.
Open-edition photographic prints developed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Pearl Max HD Silver Halide photographic paper. This is a stunning semi-gloss pearl paper with radiant colors and realistic sharpness.
Metal prints are made by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets, creating a stunning non-glare metal print. All come with a float mount, ready to hang.