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Twilight's Full Moon Art Print featuring the photograph Twilight's Full Moon by Patrick Witz

The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.


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8.00" x 6.50"


10.00" x 8.50"


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Twilight's Full Moon Art Print

Patrick Witz

by Patrick Witz


Product Details

Twilight's Full Moon art print by Patrick Witz.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Once upon a twilight's moon, a wolf howled a saddening tune; A large feared predator in the night, was once only a shepherd's dreadful sight; Wolves... more

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Comments (5)

Mike Breau

Mike Breau

Oh Oh!!/L

Greta Corens

Greta Corens

CONGRATULATIONS! This stunning image is now featured on the Homepage of 'Sensational Animals'. For greater visibility, you are invited to visit the group and promote this image on the discussion thread regularly. Here is the link to the group: Bravo for this marvelous art. L/F

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Greta for the compliment and feature.

Julie Brugh Riffey

Julie Brugh Riffey

HaHa! So it was a wolf skin? Looked too real! Yep successful!

Patrick Witz replied:

Full moon - real; wolf skin - real; everything else - imagination, fictional books, and movies!

Julie Brugh Riffey

Julie Brugh Riffey

Great photo, but it gives me the creeps! I would hate to see this looking in my window on a full moon night. Looks too close for comfort! Voted

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Julie... image objective... successful... and not to worry Alaskan wolf skins are harmless.

Louisa Griffith

Louisa Griffith

Very fierce, love it fav

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Louisa.

Artist's Description

Once upon a twilight's moon, a wolf howled a saddening tune; A large feared predator in the night, was once only a shepherd's dreadful sight; Wolves balance nature in the wild, then became man’s romantic horror fiend reviled. Hollywood’s twisted creature the Werewolf beast, made wolves very popular to say the least. Shepherds cried wolf while tending sheep; so who will cry wolf while you’re asleep?

About Patrick Witz

Patrick Witz

Patrick is an Accomplished Eclectic Photographer, Published Freelance Writer, Author, Artist, and Teacher. Patrick moved his family to the Northern California foothills to live among the trees, wild animals, and picturesque landscapes. Pat has been involved with photography since goofing-off in his High School photography class. He started with a used 35mm Minolta camera, wore out a few more 35mm cameras, and progressed into digital. His love of photography is evident in the volumes of photos seemingly documenting everything on film in the past and digitally today. Pat’s camera is always nearby, as his wife and daughters can both happily and sadly corroborate, “Dad’s taking pictures again!” His photos include…birth through...



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