William Rugen, Boysen State Park
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William Rugen

Boysen State Park, Wyoming, 2012
From the Western Dioramas series
Website - WilliamRugen.com

William Rugen is a fine art and commercial photographer in Seattle, Washington. After working as a biologist for 20 years he quit his job to pursue photography. His projects are widely varied in style and subject matter. Current projects include the American west, botanical prints, and state and county fair exhibitions. William's work has been included in exhibitions throughout the United States.

Posted on Friday, December 21, 2012.

 

 

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