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With a range of sizes with commercial and personal use licenses, these are available through the BUY buttons only (not my add to cart buttons under the photos) for website use and more.
Two sizes or frames available, A3 plus size 25.5 x 19 & A4 16 X 10 all full size edge to edge of the outside frames with safety or standard glass read to hang for large frames and A4 can be wall mount or stand, with photograph details, place or subject on the back. these are stock bought so are mostly MDF black or white frames.
Restored frames, I take old frames and give them a new life, can keep plain, wax or paint, please keep an eye on the restored frame posts (coming soon)
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Card mounts normally black but other colours available on request, they use the same colour backing board, are Bevel Cut with a single aperture high quality Daler Rowney or similar Mountboard acid free, with details of the photograph, place or subject(s).
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Do not hang or place in intense sunlight and keep dry.
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On call photo service
Photos shoots from around Cambridgeshire & Wisbech areas, wanting photos for estate agency? i do those too!
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Old photo restoration
Got any old photos that needs restoring? I restore damaged, faded and turn slides and negaitives into normal photos, want more info please View My Photo Restoration Page HERE please use your browser back button to return to this page
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The three Western European Columba pigeons, common wood pigeon, stock dove, and rock pigeon, though superficially alike, have very distinctive characteristics; the common wood pigeon may be identified at once by its larger size at 38–44.5 cm (15.0–17.5 in) and 300–615 g (10.6–21.7 oz), and the white on its neck and wing. It is otherwise a basically grey bird, with a pinkish breast. The wingspan can range from 68 to 80 cm (27 to 31 in) and the wing chord measures 24 to 25.4 cm (9.4 to 10.0 in). The tail measures 13.8 to 15 cm (5.4 to 5.9 in), the bill is 1.9 to 2.2 cm (0.75 to 0.87 in) and the tarsus is 2.5 to 2.8 cm (0.98 to 1.10 in). Adult birds bear a series of green and white patches on their necks, and a pink patch on their chest. Juvenile birds do not have the white patches on either side of the neck. When they are about six months old (about three months out of the nest) they gain small white patches on both sides of the neck, which gradually enlarge until they are fully formed when the bird is about 6–8 months old (approx. ages only). Juvenile birds also have a greyer beak and an overall lighter grey appearance than adult birds.
Its flight is quick, performed by regular beats, with an occasional sharp flick of the wings, characteristic of pigeons in general. It takes off with a loud clattering. It perches well, and in its nuptial display walks along a horizontal branch with swelled neck, lowered wings, and fanned tail. During the display flight the bird climbs, the wings are smartly cracked like a whiplash, and the bird glides down on stiff wings. The common wood pigeon is gregarious, often forming very large flocks outside the breeding season. Like many species of pigeon, wood pigeons take advantage of trees and buildings to gain a vantage point over the surrounding area, and their distinctive call means that they are usually heard before they are seen. Breeding
It breeds in trees in woods, parks and gardens, laying two white eggs in a simple stick nest which hatch after 17 to 19 days. Wood pigeons seem to have a preference for trees near roadways and rivers. Males exhibit aggressive behaviour towards each other during the breeding season by jumping and flapping wings at each other. Their plumage becomes much darker, especially the head, during hot summer periods. The nests are vulnerable to attack, particularly by crows, because they live in the countryside, the more so early in the year when the leaf cover is not fully formed. The young usually fly at 33 to 34 days; however, if the nest is disturbed, some young may be able to survive having left the nest as early as 20 days from hatching.
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