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    Default Buffalo Jump Immortalized...

    Artist Jason Bordash of University Place, WA took one of my photos of a EWR (East Walker River, CA) Brownie with my Buffalo Jump attractor pattern in it's maw and rendered it as a water color...here is the result...



    "Brown Trout"



    The Photo...



    The Fly - Buffalo Jump, Rust...

    Me likee...


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    PT: Wow, what a beautiful water color, Jason Bordash sure does some nice work, congrats!

    Larry
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    This Fellow is not 'Just Good,' he's darned good! Must Google him to see if he sells prints ... but I'd love to have the original.

    fae

    Edit: His water colours are NOT all that expensive considering the apparent quality of his work. G'd him and sent a email asking if he's done Steelhead/Salmon. My credit card is 'twitching in my wallet!'
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    Outstanding water color....where are you going to hang that one?

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    Fred,

    His work is HERE:

    Jason Bordash - Fine Art


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    That is quite impressive!!!


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    That is beyond impressive. The scales are as fine as the photo and the fish looks like its still wet. Very cool piece.

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    looks like the Buffalo Jump is on fire
    really fine watercolor , he is a master

    buzz

    the universe in a drop of water

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