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Alligator Photography Fine Art Prints

An online gallery of captivating pictures of Alligators for sale as limited edition, luxury fine art prints and wall art from a professional wildlife photographer and artist.

Facts About Alligators

The alligator (genus Alligator) is related to the tropical American caimans (family Alligatoridae). Alligators have powerful tails that are used for defense as well as swimming. Their eyes, ears, and nstrils are on top of their long head and project slightly above the water when the reptiles float at the surface. The larger is the American alligator which has a maximum of 19 feet but usually ranges from 6 to 12 feet.

Purchase A Fine Art Print With Confidence

Work directly with me, the photographer and artist, instead of through a gallery art director or manager. I will help you every step of the way, from the selection of the photograph and print style to the status of the printing and delivery process. I can also provide room mockup photos, if needed.

My museum-quality wildlife photographs are available as Fine Art Paper Prints, Chromaluxe ® Metal Prints, and non-glare TruLife ® Acrylic Prints. Frames and large-scale prints 6 feet or more in size are available.

My prints are produced using the highest standards and materials in the industry. For more information, see my Print Options and Custom Framing pages.

Safely Purchase A Print In Two Easy Steps

1. Click on any image to view the available options and pricing
2. Choose a Style, a Size and then Add To Cart
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The Prehistoric Look of Alligators

As a wildlife photographer in Florida, the Alligators are always close by and easy to find. There is something prehistoric about them that seems to draw me to them. Of course, they can be dangerous so I keep my distance!

Photos of Alligators can be taken at any of the swamps in Florida, which would include Everglades National Park among others. Although not native to Florida, Iguanas have become quite commonplace.