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Lynx Sticker featuring the photograph Does click mean edible by Tim Newton

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Does click mean edible Sticker

Tim Newton

by Tim Newton



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Accessorize your life with unique stickers from an independent artist!   Our vinyl stickers are available in four different sizes and are kiss-cut to create a 1/8" border around the perimeter of the design.   Each sticker has an adhesive backing with plenty of stickiness to cling to any smooth surface while still being easy to remove.

Design Details

Here is one of SEVEN baby lynx that visited my back deck in Alaska, early one autumn morning 2017. This lynx kit was curious figure out what I was,... more

Care Instructions

Stickers should be applied to clean, smooth surfaces at room temperature.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Does click mean edible Photograph by Tim Newton


Does Click Mean Edible Canvas Print

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Does Click Mean Edible Metal Print

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Does Click Mean Edible Acrylic Print

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Does Click Mean Edible Wood Print

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Does Click Mean Edible iPhone Case

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Does Click Mean Edible Zip Pouch

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Does Click Mean Edible Portable Battery Charger

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Does Click Mean Edible T-Shirt


Does Click Mean Edible Coffee Mug

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Does Click Mean Edible Yoga Mat

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Comments (4)

Myrna Walsh

Myrna Walsh

Nice shot! Congrats.

Sara Conroy

Sara Conroy

So happy I saw your post on FB! I ordered this one for my phone - love it! All your photos are so good I couldn't decide, so I ordered 4 greeting cards, and also a print of the baby lynx I also saw on your site. Blew my budget but I don't care - these photos are amazing! Thank you for making these available.

Tim Newton replied:

Haha!! Sorry about the budget thing, but thank you SO MUCH, Sara!! :-)

Chrisann Ellis

Chrisann Ellis

Congrats on your sale!!

Tim Newton replied:

Thank you, Chrisann!! :-)

Artist's Description

Here is one of SEVEN baby lynx that visited my back deck in Alaska, early one autumn morning 2017. This lynx kit was curious figure out what I was, since I was standing motionless in a long bathrobe, with a camera covering my face, going click, click, click. After a moment I made the mistake of pulling the camera a bit away from my face, at which point the kitten launched into panicked flight! In the instant pictured, the kitten had no clue yet that I was anything other than a particularly odd-looking tree that goes "click".

Source: 2017_09_19_110619

About Tim Newton

Tim Newton

I am a lifelong Alaskan (except for a few years "outside") perpetually enthralled with Alaska's unique natural beauty. I carry a camera, lenses, and tripod about on frequent treks throughout the Alaska wilderness, often in the Chugach Mountains near my home. I am mostly drawn to conventional landscape photography - subject, light, composition, and color. Occasionally I'll get the opportune shot of wildlife as I trek about, and sometimes - but infrequently - I travel outside Alaska, where of course my camera accompanies me. :-) I am always updating images here from recent treks, and look forward to seeing you here again soon! Best wishes! Tim Newton