2811 N Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ Jun 30, 2011 — You may think of Paul Bunyan as a giant mythological lumberjack who bums around with a blue ox named Babe. But Tucsonans think of an eighteen foot tall statue on the corner of Stone and Glenn. It's been used to navigate since the 60s and seen in such movies as Easy Rider, Pocket Money, and Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More.
We've been worried about him. He recently lost his axe. We are sure glad he has it back! Paul recently received a very cool make-over and it's great to see him in top-notch form. Thanks to whoever is responsible for such a wonderful deed. He is now sporting the lettering "Coronado Heights Neighborhood."
I shot multiple exposures then converted twelve images to tiffs using Lightroom. I used Photomatrix to tone-map the HDR image. I spruced-up the image using the plug-in Topaz, and touched-up the image using Photoshop.
SMC Pentax 10-17mm ƒ3.5-4.5 Fish-Eye ED [IF]
ISO 200, ƒ11, .3-30 secs