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Sunrise in Poway, California
Sunrise in Poway, California
Calm after the storm
This is my 6 year old daughter with her little pnk camera being a photographer. THat is her favorite horse, Cooper, at the University of New Hampshire stables.
This long exposure of the bridge in Miami needed a little help so I ran it through some tone-mapping (HDR) software to get rid of the shadows.
Old cream can. Panosonic DMC-FZ40
Beggar in solar triangle
Bumble Bee
This is a self portrait of me with a 70+ year old Argus film camera. I was holding my Canon 60D in my left hand and my Argus in the right. I then ran it through HDR software to make all the details po
Burnt Island lighthouse
Portland Head Light lighthouse
Tyrannosaurus Rex in Dinosaur Colorado while traveling with my friend.
Cambodian porter with regal headdress. Note hotel reflection on trunk door.
This is the Portland, ME Headligh lighthouse in the early morning. I ran it through some HDR software to get rid of the shadows.
This was taken from the top of Wildcat mountain in New Hampshire. It is looking over at Mt. Washington. I merged several photos together with HDR software.
My niece, who is a dancer, posing at local nature center.
Gunco on a winter's day taken with a Panosonic DMC-FZ40
Composite image of Addax Antelope
A squirrel in my own backyard
A sheep from my friend's farm.
This is a HDR image of a tree at dusk.
Old Cream Seperator taken with a Panasonic DMC-FZ40
Sunset at White Rock Lake, Dallas, Texas.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Tyrannosaurus Rex in Dinosaur Colorado while traveling with my friend.

Tyrannosaurus Rex in Dinosaur Colorado while traveling with my friend.

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Mcminnville, Oregon, United States of America
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© Anita Crousser.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2012
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 12, 2012, 11:08 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Dinosaur, Colorado, United States of America