Sea turtles return to lay their eggs on the beaches where they were born. They lumber out of the ocean at night, climb to a place above the high tide line, dig a hole, lay approximately 120 eggs, cover the nest, and lumber back to the ocean, allowing nature and fate to keep the species going in the future. Their tracks are testaments to the determination of carrying on this ritual.
This photo is custom printed, fiber based, gelatin silver, matte finished, from the negative. There will be only 25 images of any size made. Each will have a unique six digit number, catalogued in our records, and signed by the photographer. Allow two weeks for delivery.