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Storm Baby Onesie featuring the photograph Photographers Vantage Point by Toni Hopper

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Photographers Vantage Point Baby Onesie

Toni Hopper

by Toni Hopper





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Product Details

Our baby onesies are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All baby onesies are machine washable.

Design Details

An old round metal barn stands strong against the Oklahoma weather as another dark sky looms overhead at the start of 2014 tornado season. This sits... more

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Photographers Vantage Point Photograph by Toni Hopper


Photographers Vantage Point Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Photographers Vantage Point Framed Print

Framed Print

Photographers Vantage Point Art Print

Art Print

Photographers Vantage Point Poster


Photographers Vantage Point Metal Print

Metal Print

Photographers Vantage Point Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Photographers Vantage Point Wood Print

Wood Print

Photographers Vantage Point Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Photographers Vantage Point iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Photographers Vantage Point Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

Photographers Vantage Point Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Photographers Vantage Point Zip Pouch

Zip Pouch

Photographers Vantage Point Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Photographers Vantage Point T-Shirt


Photographers Vantage Point Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

Photographers Vantage Point Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Baby Onesie Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Comments (13)

Carmen Macuga

Carmen Macuga

Wow! This scene looks very familiar to this Midwest farm girl! Nice capture!

Toni Abdnour

Toni Abdnour

Beautiful roadside capture! fave/tw

Toni Hopper replied:

Thanks Toni!

Judy Vincent

Judy Vincent

Congrats on your sale!

Toni Hopper replied:

Thanks Judy!

Dave Cotton

Dave Cotton

Great image Toni!

Toni Hopper replied:

Thanks Dave!

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Barbie Corbett-Newmin


Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Thank you to the buyer in Georgia who chose to invest in three of my images! I appreciate it so much! I hope they bring you as much joy as they do me!

Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Thanks everyone!

Jeff Iverson

Jeff Iverson

Well done! l/f

Heidi Fickinger

Heidi Fickinger

Fantastic work Toni. Your eye for light is spot-on.

Toni Hopper replied:

Thank you Heidi!

Robert Bales

Robert Bales

Very nice capture with the reduced light!! v/f/t

Toni Hopper replied:

Thanks so much Robert!

Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Featured in the HDR Photography group 11/14/2018.

Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Thank you so much for this! I feel honored that you would choose this.

Artist's Description

An old round metal barn stands strong against the Oklahoma weather as another dark sky looms overhead at the start of 2014 tornado season. This sits on the south edge of Rush Springs near the U.S. Highway 81.

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About Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Everyone needs a once in a lifetime experience. You know the kind. One that leaves a lasting impression and even changes how you look at life, how you look at your surroundings. I wrote that in a book I published in 2009, "Riding the Chisholm Trail: Once in a Lifetime" after I had that experience that changed the way I looked at the world around me. Now 10 years later, that single day and the two years it took me to edit the images and write the stories in that book, I realize it continues to impact me. It's given me a new appreciation of our country's history and what it took for our pioneers, my ancestors, to forge what we now enjoy and many times undervalue. While it took me most of my life to appreciate these things, reflection...