Rufous Hummingbird and Western Columbine Giclée Print
Selasphorus rufus and Aquilegia formosa
I’ve often seen western columbine blooming on rocky slopes above the Big Sur shoreline, where its scarlet-red flowers pop out against the coastal scrub. Sharp-eyed hummingbirds, who have excellent color vision, hone in on these blossoms and hover below them, using their long bills to access nectar hidden in the ends of the columbine’s long spurs.
This 10” x 9″ giclée is printed with archival inks onto matte archival art paper. It’s backed by foamcore board, and signed in pencil on the front.
Size (Unmatted, in Inches): 10″ x 9″