The glorious life of Starlings is captured here in this photographic wall art print. Taken at Mudeford Spit, in Dorset in September 2020, these magnificent little birds are colourful, curious and chatty. They sit on this telegraph pole on and the phone wires, and are constantly arriving and leaving. Look closely at the detail, their expressions and their positions - there's a lot going on in this print!
It's called Teleconference for the obvious nature of it being set on a set of phone lines, but there's also something to say about the joy of getting to hang out with your friends as well. This print works particularly well on our fine art paper and it's a fun print that'll look great in any setting.
Choose any print in sizes A4 to A2. Our frames are sourced in the UK from sustainable pine. Choose from lacquered frames in black, white, gold, silver and grey. They're great quality and great value. Free UK shipping on all orders.
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- Standard prints are created on Canon 260gm Luster paper. We use this professional grade paper as our default choice. Luster paper is very different to a gloss print. It has low reflectivity, and has a slight sheen to it.
- Fine art prints are created on Marrutt 310gm matte fine art paper. This paper is made in German paper mills to exacting standards. We love printing on it and you'll definitely notice the difference.
- All our prints are sent 1st class in the UK, and post and packing are free for UK customers.
- We aim to dispatch your prints in 1-2 working days.
- Framed prints are normally dispatched in 5-7 working days.
Mike Hall holds the Licentiate Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society, an award based on the quality of his work.
His prints hang on walls all over the world, from the United States to Australia. Mike's collection of images comes from all over the world, with representations of cityscapes from London, Hong Kong and Manila, to high up in the French Alps, and even dawn in the Bahamas.
Mike uses professional camera bodies and lenses from Olympus.