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Salmon Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Ending To Begin by Theresa Tahara

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Ending To Begin Coffee Mug

Theresa Tahara

by Theresa Tahara



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R(16) G(25) B(34)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details



11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Comments (9)

Cynthia Guinn

Cynthia Guinn

Great image! l/f

Gabriela  Taylor

Gabriela Taylor

What a beautiful way to capture the cycle of life ! Voted!

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thanks, Gabriela. The next big run is in October of 2014 if you feel like traveling. ;-D

Carl Rolfe

Carl Rolfe

Kinda profound, great image v

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thank you, Carl. ;-)

Krista Ouellette

Krista Ouellette

You have a wondeful eye! Love the treatment you give your photos!! This is a favourite!

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thank you, Krista. ;-)

Gilbert Bernhardt

Gilbert Bernhardt

Wonderful image...these fish give so much, even in death!

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thank you, Gilbert. They are amazing. ;-)

Bob Orsillo

Bob Orsillo

This is an amazing scene you captured Theresa. Your description is very interesting to me. v/f

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thanks, Bob. It's like watching a miracle.

Rebecca Sherman

Rebecca Sherman

I agree about the safe filter; this is a true work of art.

Theresa Tahara replied:

It's gone. Thanks. ;-D

Marlene Burns

Marlene Burns

stellar shot, great title! now go back and edit out the safe filter so everyone can see it!!

Theresa Tahara replied:

Ok, ok, I will. Thanks, Marlene. ;-)

Theresa Tahara replied:

You made me laugh. A laugh with a cup of coffee, nice in the morning.

Rebecca Sherman

Rebecca Sherman

Beautifully seen and shot, Theresa.

Theresa Tahara replied:

Thank you so much, Rebecca. ;-)

Artist's Description

(Watercolour effect added. The darker patch showing just behind the dead salmon is a large school of live fish waiting to spawn.)
The Adams River run occurs every year, but every fourth year (called a "dominant" year), the numbers are much higher. 2010 was the most recent dominant run. According to Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans, the Fraser River sockeye run of 2010 was the largest since 1913, numbering an estimated 34 million fish. At least 3,866,000 of these fish returned to the Adams River to spawn.

About Theresa Tahara

Theresa Tahara

Theresa Tahara is a fine art photographer and digital artist specializing in FotoArtistry. Use the contact button beside my selfie to join my email list for special discounts. "I believe that the more we look for beauty in this world, the more beauty there is to be found. If it is an expectation, it will appear and I try to convey this appearance with my photography. Life itself can be an endless creative journey and I am glad to be part of it." - Theresa Tahara Specializing in creative manipulation photography. Copying, altering, displaying or redistribution without written permission from the artist is strictly prohibited.