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Dave Sandford

Lake of the Cat_B&W

Lake of the Cat_B&W

Regular price $149.00 USD
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Hahnemühle Photo Rag Cotton Paper.

These prints are produced without plastic packaging and with utmost care for the environment.

Shipping & Returns

Free Shipping during promotional periods, any amount of prints, anywhere in the world!

My artwork ships from my print lab in Europe. Depending on your location, you may be assessed Customs, Duties, or Import Taxes. These are assessed by your government, and not by myself.

If your art work is damaged please contact me immediately to arrange a replacement free of charge.

Care Instructions

This fine art paper is very fragile, please frame upon receiving your shipment or store in the original packaging.

The name ‘Lake of the Cat’ derives its name from the Iroquois who called the big lake who’s shores they lived on ‘Erige’ The word Erige which signifies ‘the cat’ or ‘Nation of the Cat’ was also spoke of by the Hurons, in their language Erige or Ericke, meaning ‘Lake of the Cat’. Over the years the pronunciation has softened in our culture to evolve into what we know as the familiar name of Erie. I have discovered readings that speak of the origins behind Lake of the Cat.

Some readings state that this name stemmed from the large population of cougars living across the region long before Erie’s shores were settled by Europeans. Other readings speak about how Lake Erie’s name evolved from Lake of the Cat due to the lake’s unpredictable and at times dangerously violent nature.

Those who are familiar with Erie’s fast mood swings are aware how the lake can turn in an instant from a peaceful calm inland lake to what feels like a raging sea in mere minutes. Like how a cat can change its personality in the blink of an eye, a cat eye.

Printed on: Hahnemühle Photo Rag

3:2 Ratio

Border Size


12” x 18”



16” x 24”



24” x 36”



40” x 60”


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Dave Sandford's Conservation Mission

As a Polar Bear International Ambassador, I proudly donate 10% of my polar bear photography print sales to support and aid in Polar Bear conservation.

Thank you for supporting my work and supporting wildlife conservation through purchasing my artwork.

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