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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Ponderosa Pines at the Bonito Lava Flow" by Roger Passman. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
Ponderosa Pines at the Bonito Lava Flow, Sunset Crater National Monument, Flagstaff, Arizona USA... more
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Ponderosa Pines at the Bonito Lava Flow, Sunset Crater National Monument, Flagstaff, Arizona USA I processed the raw image file using Photomatix Pro 5, filters from Topaz Labs including Detail 3 and DeJPEG 4 as well as some minor tweaking in Photoshop including sCurve adjustments, brightness, saturation and the camera raw filter to produce this hdr image. I donate 25% of the profits from the sale of this image to PROJECT ZERO: The Project to End Prostate Cancer in order to help develop better detection, prevention and a cure for this killer of males around the world. This image is, as are all my images, protected by international copyright conventions and may not be reproduced for commercial use without express written permission. Copyright � 2015 Roger Passman All Rights Reserved
Forty-eight of my most popular images (based on views and sales) are found on the front page of my images gallery. Others love them, perhaps you will too! The second page of my images gallery displays my most recent images (unless one or more made the front page and was replaced by a more popular image.) Don't forget to look there and beyond too. _____________________________ I divide my time between Chicago in the summer and Phoenix in the winter. The first hint of cold, generally sometime in late October I flee the dreadful weather and head to Arizona. Conversely, when the temperature reaches 105 degrees for five consecutive days I run from the dreadful heat back to the humidity of the midwest. That, my friends, explains the split...
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