Colour Collection

Colour Collection

Bring the magical colours of Africa to your home

Sometimes you just can’t beat a traditional colour photography to bring the magic of Africa to your home. My favourite are the golden hour photos. 

Printing Information 

1. Sustainably printing partner

All of the photos are printed by our printing partner The Print Space UK. Europe’s premium Carbon Neutral fine art & photographic printers. This means our print production is of the highest quality and shipped within 48 hours.

2. Flat rate delivery

No matter where you are in the world delivery is just £7

3. Carbon emissions offset

From production through to delivery, your order’s carbon footprint is offset using the Gold Standard offset program. The Print Space UK invest in renewable energy projects in line with Greenpeace. To find out more click here. In addition all packaging is 100% recyclable.

4.Framing assistance 

All photos are printed with a 1 inch white border to assist with framing. Prints do not come framed but if you do want your print to be framed that can be arranged directed with the Print Space UK for an additional cost. Click here for more information about framing.

An image of a living room with a large photo of a lion yawning in at sunset on the wall

Other Collections 

Click on an image below to get to another collection 

A close up of a zebra face

Light Collection

A collection of images with a high key edit bring a light feel to any room. 

A baby elephant hiding behind his mums legs

Dark Collection

A collection of images with a low key edit giving them a dark and mysterious feel.

A large elephant in black and white

Black & White

A collection of images edited to be black and white making them suitable in any colour scheme. 

A young elephant playing with a stick

Nursery Collection

A collection of baby animal photos, a perfect addition to any child’s nursery. 

A lion yawning

Colour Collection

A collection of more tradition colour wildlife prints to bring a piece of Africa to your home. 

We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise forgotten