Competition – Win an Autographed Fine Art Print of your choice

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Name this European species of insect (Latin name only please) depicted in the image above and win a 24″x 18″ autographed limited edition 1/25 print of your choice from any image depicted on my website.

This image would normally sell for 225 euros as offered as an unframed fine art print.


Please email you answer to and the first two names selected at random will receive notification by email on Sunday, 7 December  2014 – enough time to send the signed prints anywhere in the world in time for Christmas.


29480   Gaucin   Andalucia   Malaga   Spain

2014 Travel Photographer of the Year Finalist

TPOTY 2014 finalist

Image of the week “The Bellowing Stag” November 20, 2014

'A majestic red deer stag bellows over the Eastern Moors, Derbyshire, England.'

‘A majestic red deer stag bellows over the Eastern Moors, Derbyshire, England.’

“The Bellowing Stag”


Image of the Week – November 20, 2014  – Ref: VW0001
Image of the Week features the work of Geoff Simpson we hope to highlight in the diversity and the splendor of his work.

Image of the Week Special Pricing

Purchase this week’s Image and receive 30% off during the week it’s featured 20 November – 23 November, 2014.

Fuji Crystal Archive Print (20×16″) @ 50€ less 30% = 35€

Kodak Endura Metallic Print (20×16″) @ 120€ less 30% = 84€

Luxury Acrylic mounted (20×16″) @ 600€ less 30% = 420

(Larger sizes available upon request)

We specialise in delivering our products in perfect condition worldwide.

Our refund policy is available upon request and favours YOU! the paying client.

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Contact VISIONWILD Gallery – Apartado de Corroes 701,  29480, Gaucín, Malaga, Andalucia, Spain



Tel: (+34) 627 242 417 to take advantage of this special pricing.

NB. Please note that all images published on the website may also be purchased in a variety of media and delivered directly to your door.


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