Cheetahs rely on sight to detect their prey and are therefore more active during the day; their distinctive tear marks, running from the inside of the eye to the corner of their mouth, help to keep sunlight away from their eyes. In summertime, they are more active early morning and late afternoon, and they will rest in shade during the hottest hours of the day. This helps them to avoid larger predators which hunt at night.
Photographed 1 July, 2021. South Africa.
Fine art wildlife prints by our founder, internationally awarded National Geographic photographer and filmmaker, Shannon Wild.
Prints come in the three sizes: SMALL (longest side 30cm/12”), MEDIUM (longest side 60cm/24″) and LARGE (longest side 110cm/43″). If you require a larger print or an exact customised size, please email me by using the contact page.
- The above prices include free worldwide shipping.
- The medium and large sizes include a small white border.
- All depicted animals are living wild and free (no captive animals).
- Gallery quality archival fine art giclee prints. Prints are unframed.
SMALL 30cm Fine Art Print
30cm (12”) longest side, shipped flat.
MEDIUM 60cm Fine Art Print (edition of 100 prints only)
60cm (24 inches) longest side, shipped rolled in a tube.
LARGE 110cm Limited Edition Print (email for price contact page.)
110cm (43”) longest side, shipped rolled in a tube. (Edition of 5 prints only, hand signed + certificate of authenticity)
I’m proud to support various charities by donating my limited edition prints for auction including to Wild Tomorrow Fund, The Perfect World Foundation and WildAid on a regular basis, raising tens of thousands of dollars in the process.