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Solitude Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 865 pictures in our Solitude collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Unity in Green Featured Print

Unity in Green

Two banyan trees intertwined into one. Set on a tropical lush hillside on the winding road of Kohala Mountain Road, Kona Kohala, Big Island, Hawaii. Also referenced as a ficus, the enormous roots sprawl from the tree to expand in epic proportions. Vines, branches, and other vegetation create the appealing and impressive treea€™s presence. Similar to the trees found in Cambodia, Gibbosa, Moss, Prohm, and ancient ruins throughout UNESCO Heritage sites

© 2017 Matt Anderson Photography. Email me matt.anderson.photography@gmail.com for usage.

Sunrise through the hole in a baobab tree Featured Print

Sunrise through the hole in a baobab tree

Sunrise through the hole made in a baobab tree by an elephant in the Ruaha National Park of Southern Tanzania. In dry weather, elephants eat the bark and fibrous pith of these trees, which have a high mineral and moisture content

© Nigel Pavitt/AWL Images Ltd

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Aircraft contrail Featured Print

Aircraft contrail

Aircraft contrail. Airplane producing a contrail, or vapour trail in a clear sky. Contrails are artificial clouds formed from frozen water droplets from the exhaust of the engines of an aircraft. They form when aircraft are flying at altitudes exceeding 5000 metres and when the upper atmosphere is nearly saturated with moisture. In dry air the contrail quickly dissipates. Photographed over Cairngorms National Park, in winter

© Duncan Shaw/Science Photo Library