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Nebraska Fawns
Deanos-fawns-20x30Deanos-fawns-20x30Nebraska Scenery This image was captured August 11, 2012, just yards from the Dean Sholtz home near Guide Rock, Nebraska. Submitted to NEBRASKAland Magazine for their 2014 annual photo contest (the first and only such contest I've ever entered), it was awarded 1st place in the Mammals category and published as a two-page spread!

I originally called this pair "Milkweed & Hemp" (a reference to the surrounding foliage) but NEBRASKAland saw fit to re-caption the image: "White-tailed fawns walk by a stand of snow-on-the-mountain, a native annual." 

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Canvas Wrap, Float Plaque, and Infused Aluminum
Prices starting at $92 for 12x18" Canvas Wrap

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Metal AlumaPress - Infused Aluminum
these are what you see hanging at Deano's!
Highest quality metal print, 1400 x 1400 dpi dye-sublimation process provides amazing detail in a gloss surface, completely waterproof. 1/2" recessed backing with hanging system gives it a floating effect when mounted on the wall.

20x30" $499
16x20" $299
12x18" $199

Float Plaque
A fine art gallery favorite, float plaques give the art dimension, appearing to float off the wall. Printed on fine art metallic paper, mounted to a 3/8" wood plaque with beveled  walnut edge, sealed with a satin finish providing UV protection, fingerprint & moisture resistance.

20x30" $329
16x20" $199
12x18" $155

Canvas Wrap
Printed on certified museum- and artist-grade canvas with archival inks; solid face mounting on high-density wood fiberboard; tightly wrapped corners and sealed backing.

20x30" $160
16x24" $129
12x18" $92
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First Sunset of the New Year

Deanos-Fence-20x30Deanos-Fence-20x30 January 31, 2015, along Road B at Sholtz Farms south of Guide Rock. On a tripod with a typical Nebraska breeze (you can see movement in some of the grass), using an ultra wide lens with small aperture setting is the technique that created the starburst effect naturally, in camera, without any filters or add-ons.

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          Springtime Nebraska Thunderstorm

Deanos-Springtime-in-Nebraska-20x30Deanos-Springtime-in-Nebraska-20x30 It was a June evening at Hastings, Nebraska. The Smith Softball Complex had just been evacuated due to incoming weather, so I just had to set up to catch the moment. This is a two-second exposure, capturing the internal green glow from the lightning strike, along with the wall cloud hanging to the lower right!

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          Just Before Dawn...

Deanos-milkyway-16x27Deanos-milkyway-16x27 Mark Sholtz and I got up plenty early to catch the view at Sholtz Farms this 2018 March morning. At first it looked like too cloudy, then, at 6:11 a.m., just as pending sunrise began to color the eastern horizon, there was a break in the clouds. We used flashlights to "paint" the foreground with light during the 20-second exposure.

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          Nebraska Crane Migration

Deanos-crane-sunset-16x24Deanos-crane-sunset-16x24 From an overnight adventure in a blind along the Platte River south of Alda, Nebraska. It was well past sunset and I was beginning to think I wouldn't get any cranes at my location. Then, as the light was nearly gone, hundreds dropped in right in front of me and stayed there overnight!
7:56 p.m., March 13, 2014

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          Dancing in the Morning Light

Deanos-Dancing-in-the-Morning-Sun-16x24Deanos-Dancing-in-the-Morning-Sun-16x24 Next morning from the blind, as the sun came up it was time to do the happy dance!

8:24 a.m., March 14, 2014

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