Freezing mist clings to every surface, painting the world white.
I used complex model trees as well as Bryce's built in trees, which caused the source file for this image to be 115 megs. I think that may be a record for me.
When you make your own images, remember after you finish, and before your ender, try wild new camera settings. This image improved greatly after widening the field of view. (I stopped short of tilting to the side.)
The name hints at the fact that this image is made up of basic 3d shapes, even the balloon is a flattened sphere with an inverted cone underneath.
This isn't any particular red rock, but reminiscent of many such rocks around the world.
Water always makes a cool, relaxing wallpaper.
A German UBoat coasts through a naval minefield.
Originally, the pier was a section longer, but the fishing rod was lost in the background.
A nautical adventure for your desktop.
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