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Manitoba Home Security
polar bears Here's a picture sent by a visitor to the site named Dorothy. It's titled 'Manitoba Home Security.'
Categories: Photos/Videos
Posted by The Curator on Fri Jun 13, 2003
Comments (2)
Nice PhotoShop job, I guess polarbears are harder to spot in the snow than dobermanns, for example. But I've seen the original picture of those three bears taking it easy in the arctic in at least one sciencemagazine, so there's little doubt of this being a photomanipulation. And the work isn't too good, either. You can clearly see the borders between the polar bear-pic and the original one smile
Posted by Esko  in  Finland  on  Tue Jan 18, 2005  at  11:15 AM
This picture was originally taken by Tom Mangleson of Jackson Hole, Wyoming in the 1980s or early 90s. He has a gallery there and at several airport Denver, SLC.
He titled it "Bad Boys of the Artic." I think I remember that its from Hudson Bay area.
It was photoshopped into this driveway.
-Steve
Posted by Steve McGowan  in  mill valley, CA  on  Sun May 07, 2006  at  03:24 AM
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