At first you may mistake this for a photograph. So I am mentioning it here, so I don't repeat where magazines license the image, then change their mind when they realize it's not.
Is your computer running like it's stuck in the mud? Well now it can look like mud as well.
Here's a striking wallpaper you can have a ball with in your spare time. (I couldn't pin down what I wanted to say about this turkey, wrong frame of mind I guess.)
Stick it to your desktop. I've always wanted to do a close-up push pin. I might make a series of items like this.
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.
A tank fires a sabot enclosed round. The large file size is due to the detail in the grass and leaves. Large smooth areas of color compress more in Jpeg format.
I filed this under objects, because this exaggeration of the moon goes a bit too far to be considered real world scenery.
Celluloid, one of the earliest plastics made motion picture film possible.
A lonely little daisy struggles against the harsh environment. I made the flower using X-Frog software.
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