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Egret Hatchlings Tote Bag featuring the photograph New Arrivals by Carolyn Marshall

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New Arrivals Tote Bag

Carolyn Marshall

by Carolyn Marshall



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Product Details

Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "New Arrivals" by Carolyn Marshall.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

Two white egret hatchlings sit by eggs in nest with mother's beak tending to them. Photographed at Gatorland Rookery, Florida.

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2 - 3 business days

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Comments (10)

Artist Nandika Dutt

Artist Nandika Dutt

Congratulation on sale announcement and great.

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much.

Sipporah Art and Illustration

Sipporah Art and Illustration

Awwww...that is such an adorable photo, Carolyn!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thanks so much! This scene was all over the place and it was the most awesome thing to watch!

Lingfai Leung

Lingfai Leung

So cute for capturing these baby egrets. I have to laugh with their fluffy feathers and reminds me someone having "a Bad Hair Day" experience after getting out of bed. v/f

Carolyn Marshall replied:

They sure do! Some things are so ugly they are adorable, and these fit that bill. Thanks!

Deborah Smolinske

Deborah Smolinske

This is wonderful! I really like that you didn't clear out the stems and branches between the lens and the babies. I think a lot of photographers would have done that and it would have ruined the idea that you were stealing a peek into a spot where cameras normally don't get to go. Well done!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much for your kind comment, Deborah. Yes, I agree with you on the branches. It is a natural setting, and we were literally walking through nature happening before our eyes. There were places you could actually see them breaking through the eggs.

Carolyn Marshall

Carolyn Marshall

You and me both! Thanks.

Carolyn Marshall

Carolyn Marshall

Thanks, Carol. This is how close Nancy and I were telling you we got.

Carol Groenen

Carol Groenen

Awesome photo!!!

Carolyn Marshall

Carolyn Marshall

Oh, they were!

Priska Wettstein

Priska Wettstein

cuties :-)

Artist's Description

Two white egret hatchlings sit by eggs in nest with mother's beak tending to them. Photographed at Gatorland Rookery, Florida.

About Carolyn Marshall

Carolyn Marshall

I have been a photographer for many years. For so long, in fact, that I can no longer imagine my life without a camera to capture its special moments. It took me quite some time before I was able to connect myself to being an artist, because in my mind a photographer and an artist were two distinctly different things. While they were both creative, they used entirely different processes to achieve their artistic goals. Over time, however, I have recognized the remarkable similarities in the way that we look at visual elements such as composition, colors, lines, and light. I have come to understand that what constitutes fine art stands apart from whatever techniques that we artists use to ultimately reach that special place. My...