Landscape and Nature Fine Art Photography by Canadian artist, Tricia McLellan.


New Free Wallpaper For Facebook Fans!

08 02.12

The second free wallpaper has finally been added for my Facebook fans! If you haven’t become one yet, just go to my Earth Framed Facebook page and click the button to become a fan so that you will have access to both of the current free wallpapers and those added in the future.

Each wallpaper is offered in either a standard or widescreen format to best suit your monitor.

The latest addition is from the coast of Ireland. The image was captured near the town of Mullaghmore in the County of Sligo on the west coast of the island. It was a beautiful day with gorgeous billowing white clouds in the distance.




I hope you enjoy the wallpaper. Check back for additions in the future.

February 1st, 2012 Winner!

01 02.12

The winner of the February 1st, 2012 “Submit A Review” draw is… Jamie Mitchell of Sarnia, Ontario.

For submitting a review of the Queen Anne’s Lace art card, Jamie’s name was drawn this morning and she will receive a Earth Framed fine art print matted to 13″ x 19″.

“I was so excited to win! The print is very beautiful and I love that I received one of Tricia’s flower themed images. Now I just have to decide where best to hang it once I get it framed.”


Thanks to everyone who submitted their reviews! The next draw is on September 8th, 2012. If you have purchased a product, or are going to purchase one, please submit a review so that you can also have a chance to win! One review per product!

Submit your own product review now!

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20 09.11


Earth Framed Fine Art Photography

Earth Framed Storefront Goes Live!

Buy fine art prints, art cards and bookmarks online.

Decorating your home or office has just gotten easier. Earth Framed Fine Art Photography is pleased to announce the opening of their online storefront. You can now order all products from the comfort of your home and they will be shipped right to your door. Shop for yourself, friends, family or coworkers. Buy a beautiful piece of art as a gift or select a gift certificate to let that special someone choose their own artwork.

Art Cards

Meant to be framed: Fine art prints in the form of greeting cards!

Our original art cards are individually produced on 100% cotton paper. With over 100 to choose from you will find at least one that suits everyone!

Open Edition Prints

Museum Quality: Our fine art prints are individually produced on-site using the finest 100% cotton papers and professional printers. Each is hand signed with the option of matting. Each print comes with a “365 Day Risk-Free Guarantee”.


Beautifully Unique: Individually produced with the same attention to detail and quality as all of our products. Our bookmarks are paired with handcrafted tassels that makes each one original.
Shop now.


Canadian Passion In The Polar Regions

25 05.11

Paul is an inspiration to Canadians, photographers, biologists and naturalists. He is a passionate, highly skilled and creative person who is creating global awareness of the issues facing the polar regions and their inhabitants.

He has two books available which contain spectacular images:

Paul Nicklen grew up one of only a few non-Inuit in an Inuit settlement on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada — a childhood that taught him the patience, stamina and respect for nature required for his beat in the frigid climes of Earth’s polar regions. Best known for his vivid and intimate wildlife photos for National Geographic, Nicklen started out a biologist in the Northwest Territories, gathering data on such species as lynx, grizzlies, and polar bears. Today he bridges the gap between scientific research and the public, showing how fragile and fast-changing habitats are profoundly affecting wildlife.

During the course of his workday Nicklen regularly comes face-to-face with fantastic creatures: narwhals, Arctic foxes, elephant seals, and more. His most amazing experience? An underwater encounter with a leopard seal who for four days tried to feed him penguins through the “mouth” of his lens.
“When you get in the water with a wild animal, you’re essentially giving yourself to that animal because, as humans, we’re quite helpless and vulnerable in the water. You’re at the seal’s mercy. You’re at the predator’s mercy.”
Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

Visit Paul Nicklen’s Website

Check out his bio and videos on the National Geographic Site

Get Out And Vote – May 2nd, 2011

02 05.11

It is May 2nd and it is your last chance to vote in the Canadian Federal Election. I went out the first day to vote. I wanted to be sure that nothing stopped me from doing my part to stand up for Canada. The turn out for advanced voting is about 35% higher than the last election. I believe that alone speaks volumes about the necessity of this election. Check the facts, not the political advertising and mud slinging. Vote for the Canada we all deserve and believe in.


This isn’t a vote for a political party. This is a vote for the future of Canada.

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