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Uploaded: 08/31/05 5:11 PM GMT
Desert Sunset
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What nature cannot create, the human mind can. Thanks go out to Michael G. Furner (photoimagery) for the excellent desert photo that he was kind enough to let me use :) *edit* as Michael said "Just for everyone’s' out there that doesn't know: Rattlesnake Mt. (the one in the image) is the highest treeless Mt in the US and is located in South Central Washington State. It's approximately 4000 ft. (1219 meters) tall."

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::nmsmith
08/31/05 6:45 PM GMT
Very eye-catching image. Nice work.
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XYZ
08/31/05 7:09 PM GMT
Great job on this! I agree with Nathan, this is eye-catching, this looks very real, great job on this!
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When you have anger within yourself, just Scream or you can click on this!
S_Proops
08/31/05 7:12 PM GMT
great job! love the colors, makes a great desktop!
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-- the less you know the more you believe --
userone
08/31/05 7:16 PM GMT
Very cool manipulation... the colors are great, and I really like the stars peeking through in the upper righthand corner. Well done...
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Gothic
08/31/05 7:30 PM GMT
GRETA MANIPULATION!!! Into my favs!!!
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::Morwyn
08/31/05 8:21 PM GMT
WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!.. Very glad I don't live on that world.. That thing is BIG!!!!
Fabulous work..
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One bead at a time..
DixieNormus
09/01/05 1:00 AM GMT
Hey! Nice manipulation. This is very creative. Good looking image. =0)
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+photoimagery
09/01/05 2:23 AM GMT
Glen I like the way you used the silhouette of Rattlesnake Mt. in creating this image. Just for everyones' out there that doesn't know: Rattlesnake is the highest treeless Mt in the US and is located in South Central Washington State. It's approximately 4000 ft. (1219 meters) tall.
The Planet is located.......? Where is it from Glen.

This really looks good on my laptop. Thanks for sharing.

Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few
short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it
stops moving, subsidize it. -- Ronald Reagan (1986)
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Danita
09/19/05 1:36 AM GMT
WOW! Beautiful! Great manipulation! Really one of the best (of it's kind) I've seen.
The colors are great and the amount of difference in size between the planet and desert adds a lot of interest.
Danita
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dusa1947
09/23/05 4:17 AM GMT
One can almost detect the music of the spheres. You have created an enduring and universally appealing image. Love it.
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cgImagery
11/07/05 1:57 AM GMT
Another image nicely done! Very realistic! I know I asked already...but do you make the planets in photoshop as well? Great job!
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.Coolio23
07/09/06 11:37 AM GMT
Excellent photo editing! I saw it on the front page and was like "wow!!!" and clicked it instantly. Also, I like the colours!
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mr_clough
04/17/08 6:49 AM GMT
beautiful collection of colours and really well done! :D
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mr_clough
01/12/12 9:34 PM GMT
looks pretty amazing to me! great work!
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funny the things that just pop up during adventures :)

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