© Dominick M. Dimacale


Ujjwal Mukherjee level-classic 4/18/2012 12:23:36 AM

Wonderful presentation with great visual impact,Dominick!! #1457219

Tiia Vissak 4/18/2012 12:44:56 AM

a cool image! #10096581

Usman M. Bajwa level-classic 4/18/2012 1:14:46 AM

Beautiful capture and unique post processing and tanks for the description too, Dominick.

UB. #10096614

Tammy M. Anderson level-classic 4/18/2012 2:42:58 AM

Beautiful capture and interesting info. #10096700

Joy Rector level-classic 4/18/2012 3:03:42 AM

well done #10096726

Michelle Alton level-classic 4/18/2012 5:38:17 AM

Beautifully capture, and I even like this exaggerated texture, which normally I would not! Good info too, Dominick. #10097112

Ann Coates level-classic 4/18/2012 11:31:41 AM

Beautiful work Dominick. Your effects complement the statute perfectly. #10097586

Nikki McDonald level-classic 4/18/2012 1:09:55 PM

Cool texture work, Dominick, and lovely colors. #10097755

Stefania Barbier level-classic 4/19/2012 1:41:00 AM

I love the effects and textures... beautiful work Dominick! #10098506

Antonio Amen level-classic 4/19/2012 4:03:02 AM

Nice work, like it. #10098671

Daniella Puente level-classic 9/17/2012 4:09:41 PM

Very cool and artistic image Dominick, lokks great :) #10326879

Christopher Budny level-classic 10/3/2012 5:54:39 AM

Fantastic! #10352879

Emile Abbott level-classic 10/4/2012 11:44:10 AM

Creative and artistic presentation Dominick. #10355208

Susan M. Campbell level-classic 1/9/2014 11:03:48 AM

I LOVE the effects. So nice. #10941055

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The Scout is a famous statue by Cyrus E. Dallin in Kansas City, Missouri. It is more than 10 feet tall, and depicts a Sioux Indian on horseback surveying the landscape. The Scout was conceived by Dallin in 1910, and exhibited at the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, where it won a gold medal. On its way back east, the statue was installed on a temporary basis in Penn Valley Park. The statue proved so popular that $15,000 in nickels and dimes was raised to purchase it through a campaign called "The Kids of Kansas City." The statue was dedicated in 1922 as a permanent memorial to local Indian tribes. It is currently located east of Southwest Trafficway in Penn Valley Park, which is south of downtown Kansas City.

Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: 3.00, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 22.00 mm, Model: NIKON D7000

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