Posing like a muse of natural beauty, a toucan captures the lens of Brazilian photographer João Paulo Barbosa. "The Ramphastos toco is the largest known species in the toucan family. Its amazing and prominent yellow-orange bill makes it easy to recognize," says Barbosa. "It is the only one of its genre that doesn't live exclusively in the forests. It can be found from the Amazon forest down to Argentina, but not in coastal areas."
Featuring a white border, the photograph is printed on Crystal Archive Fuji paper.