Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography
Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography
Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography
Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography
Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography
Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography

Migaloo Aerial | Byron Bay – Wildlife Photography

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This special image of Migaloo was captured off Byron Bay in 2016 as the rare albino humpback whale made his annual migration along the east coast of Australia. One of only two known albino whales, the beauty and majestic nature of Migaloo has captured the hearts and minds of many individuals around the globe.

Printing 
Offering exceptional image clarity and brilliant colour reproduction with a high-gloss metallic finish, all our artwork is printed on fine art metallic photographic paper.

Framing and Finishes
Our fine art prints are available in a wide variety of framing options and finishes. Our signature items are as follows:
– Acrylic Desk Block
– Acrylic Float Frame (Raw or White)
– Acrylic Wall Mount
– Premium Box Frame (Raw or White) – with or without white border
– Unframed (Print Only)

Each of these framing options can be viewed in the Product Gallery above. For more information on framing please visit our Frequently Asked Questions.

If ordering a Premium Box Frame please let us know in the Comments section at Check Out if you’d like your artwork to have a white border applied.

Should you like to discuss alternative printing methods or have any questions please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.

Once your order has been placed we will process your details and place an order with our printing and framing labs. As all orders are produced upon request the typical wait time for an unframed print is five (5) working days plus delivery, and fifteen (15) working days plus delivery for a framed print, acrylic wall mount or acrylic block. If there are any unexpected delays we will try to send you an email message to notify you.

Photographed by Craig Parry

Craig Parry is a multi award winning oceanic and nature photographer of international acclaim, based in Byron Bay, Australia.