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Didn't get to an ocean beach this summer. Swam in a lake, boated on a river, but it's just not the same.
A bright star lights the desert below. I really like the wider versions of this one.
Turns out it's fairly difficult to get a Triceratops to look like it's smiling. Thanks to Lauren on Facebook for helping name the image!
I had hoped my new computer I ordered would be here to help render. But thanks to a recall at Intel, it never made it past assembly.
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
I had hoped to focus on other categories, but I like this 'Scenic' image too much.
I went camping over the weekend, so this was delayed a bit. I wish I could have camped on this little island.
I used complex model trees as well as Bryce's built in trees, which caused the source file for this image to be 115 megs. I think that may be a record for me.
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.)
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