I really like the simulated depth of field in this. (the blur that increases the further it is from the camera.)
I don't know what she sees in him, but I am jealous...
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
A not very likely view from one of Jupiter's moons. I designed this scene really wide, but that made it painful to crop.
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.
Silly penguins, if that's the sun setting on your right, that's not south.
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.
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.
Mathematically generated Fractal flame image. A dual screen version of this will soon be available, that has the other wing on the second monitor.
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.
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