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Stocktrek Images Launches Exciting New Dinosaur Art Collection

June 2, 2011

Stocktrek Images launches a new collection of digital fine art showcasing prehistoric life on Earth during the Paleozoic Era’s primitive growth of plant life to the Mesozoic Era’s age of dinosaurs.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) June 01, 2011

Stocktrek Images expands its niche market, adding a new genre of dinosaur art to its collection of specialty image content. The new collection focuses on the natural history of Earth, with specific attention to the Paleozoic Era’s growth of life’s diversity, to the spectacular age of dinosaurs during the Mesozoic Era of the geological timeline.

The new collection features over 50 species of plant and animal life, highlighting the evolutionary history of life on Earth, and the vegetation, mammals and reptiles that once inhabited the land.

The artwork showcases a high degree of realism that will transport the viewer in time. The high depth illustrations require a lot of technical practice, research documentation, and anatomical study of the prehistoric creatures, giving viewers a glimpse into an unknown world based on scientific theories and discoveries where flora and fauna flourished.

Ryan Rossotto, President of Stocktrek Images, offers his excitement regarding the new collection, “This new addition to Stocktrek is significant in that we are able to provide media companies and creative firms a genre of high quality imagery that is very limited in the stock photo industry.”

The new dinosaur image collection can be previewed and licensed at http://www.stocktrekimages.com.

About Stocktrek Images:

Stocktrek Images is a premier purveyor and distributor of powerful stock photography highlighting all facets of Earth, the Armed Forces, and Space Exploration, with a special focus on unique images of military operations around the world and astronomical images of the universe. Stocktrek Images represents the work of talented photographers and digital artists from around the world.

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