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Dalton Rooney, Untitled
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Dalton Rooney

Untitled, Long Island, New York, 2011
Website - DaltonRooney.com

Dalton Rooney is a photographer and web developer from Brooklyn, New York. He has been documenting the semi-natural wilderness along the outskirts of New York City and Long Island for several years and is currently working on a book of this work.

Posted on Monday, February 20, 2012.

 

 

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