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A bright star lights the desert below. I really like the wider versions of this one.
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.
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.
This is in the Fantasy category, as it isn't based on a real place. It is reminiscent of trees growing on granite in Yosemite, but the domes there look nothing like these leaning stones.
This would make for an adventurous hike. An exhausting, but rewarding hike.
A not very likely view from one of Jupiter's moons. I designed this scene really wide, but that made it painful to crop.
Normally I don't do images with alternate versions, but I liked both version of this one too much to drop one. A link to the other is on the wallpaper page, above the image.
This one gave me a lot of trouble, I never did get all of it to render at once. I pieced it together from 3 separate renders of the same scene.
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