COLORFUL SEA STARS 8x12 ON METAL
Photo printed on lightweight, ready to hang, fade & scratch resistant aluminum
Image size: 8" x 12"
Please note that actual photograph does not have the artist's watermark
Sea Stars can be found at low tide along the many coastal areas near the city of Ketchikan, Alaska. Sea stars are invertebrates related to sea urchins, sea cucumbers and sand dollars, which are all echinoderms. Echinoderm means spiny skin - a reference to their hard, calcified skin, which helps to protect them from predators.
Carlos Rojas is an Alaska nature photographer specializing in Alaska landscapes. His award-winning images have appeared in calendar and magazines including Alaska Magazine, Country Magazine, Outdoor Travel Magazine and National Geographic Society.