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Could be a subtle St. Patrick's Day wallpaper, or Spring in general. Perfect for those who forget to take decorations down.
I should probably do more sport still-lifes, as my soccerball image has been my best seller for posters & merchandise. Even the grass from that one was used on a Canadian postage stamp.
I didn't use lo-res models as the tiny trees in the background, so this image had over 22 trillion polygons. (69.6 trillion when rendering the dynamically generated parts.) Defiantly NOT a model of efficiency.
Since the game isn't searchable in my database, I made this placeholder for now.Find the game here!
Not something you want to look up and see looking down at you. This would have been up yesterday, if I had come up with the name I liked sooner.
It might be sunset, or later in the evening, hard to tell time by the sun, when it just circles around the horizon all day.
I'm working on a collection of prints that will be sold in Alaska this summer. So to keep up with wallpapers as well, expect less variety in the themes for a month or two.
Originally I had an old road running through the woods, but it was hidden under the snow. I am really glad I switched to a stream, it's much more intriguing.
I needed another image for my YouTube video of fractals, so I dug this out of my archive. I don't know why I didn't use this one sooner, it even animated great.
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