This brilliant Creator has managed to capture the beak of the Malabar Pied Thornbill, peeking out from behind the leaves of green. The shape and style and overall appearance of the beak, at first glance, is so incredibly special and unique. At first glance you are taken up and intrigued as the beak blends into its surroundings so seamlessly.
From a more distant angle, it’s as though the bird is trying to mimic the appearance of another animal with its spectacular beak. From a distance and at first glance the appearance of the beak looks like a pair of horns. The photograph is so intriguing that it would draw the attention of any and all who are near it.
Stretched and Ready to Hang (Free), 1 inch Grayish Black Mahogany Frame (Optional), 1.5 inch Off White Fiber Frame (Optional), 1.25 inch Black Fiber Frame (Optional), 1.75 inch Dark Brown Fiber Frame (Optional), 2 inch Teak Brown Mahogany Frame (Optional)