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This started as a little garden, but I liked the textures of the and pots so much, what is left of the garden became a transition area.
I need more dramatic lighting in my scenic images. I try not to add extra lights to keep it as realistic as possible.
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
An extreme wide angle view stretches the scene, not only allowing more to be seen, but making it much more dramatic as well.
This one started out with a blue sky, no mountains, and no lake. It changed slowly, and ended up much better than what I thought I was making.
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.)
Come, sail away. Satisfy your nautical needs.
I originally designed the tree for another image, but it took on a life of it's own.
Mountains peek through the clouds at a spectacular sun.
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