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I frame many of my images with a tree in the foreground, and since the primary use of the image is wallpaper, and majority of users icons run along the left side, I put the trees on the left.
The name of this kaleidoscopic version of 'Tin Spot' is derived from the illusionary affect if has on the eye. Stare at it for awhile, and see what I mean.
Highlight the icons on your desktop with a spotlight!
Are health potions addictive? I've been playing World of Warcraft online, and as you can see it's influencing my work.
May your computer projects drop like dominos when you use this as your desktop background.
I planned on having a small object sit on the newspaper I had been working on, and put the sphere there as a place holder. I loved the reflections and refractions so much, I had to use it as is.
A splash of color for your desktop.
This abstract image was made with an arrangement of very bright spotlights in Bryce.
Dramatic lighting on a dark castle. If you look carefully, you can see the lowest level enters the rock on each end.
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