BEAR CUB PRINT SIZE AND FINISH OPTIONS
Lake Clark, Alaska in the early morning. I had been following a cub and his mother for a little while. They were my first sighting of the day. This mother looked so exhausted. Two cubs can entertain one another. This mom didn’t have that luxury. I can only imagine how demanding that could be. Mom played with her cub as long as she could. After some time she lay down, motionless in the grass. The restless cub still wanted to play. I watched him chew on his toes and roll tirelessly on his back; he could not get enough play time…
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BEAR CUB PRINT GALLERY
Above all, I have always believed in giving back. When I began to realize the real toll that climate change has taken on the plant and animal subjects of my photography, I knew I had to do something. What was even scarier was that the negative effects of climate change were just beginning to impact the natural world. If gone unchecked, it would truly destroy the beauty and harmony of the world we live in. I decided that I wanted to do my share to aid the effort to conserve species being affected by global warming. The best way for me to do this was by giving back. Supporting conservation groups and also organizations that were fighting for these creatures as well.
As a fashion photographer, I pay the models. In wildlife, I can not pay the animals I photograph. If it were possible to compensate the subjects in my black and white bear photography, I would. However, I did find a way to pay them back. I developed relationships with conservation organizations. Wolf Conservation Center, and also World Animal Protection are organizations doing the important work of fighting for the conservation of animals and their natural environments. A percentage of all sales of these Alaskan bear images and also our entire wildlife collection is donated to these organizations.
Any purchase you make from Ejaz Khan Earth, not only adds an inspiring image of these beautiful creatures to your collection but also helps conserve their species.