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Uploaded: 01/17/07 9:57 PM GMT
Mountain shore
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Expirementation with land eventually led to this. The water still bugs me though...I can't quite figure why...anyway, tell me what you think. Please, if you wish to use one of the images from my gallery, ask!

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.dwdharvey
01/17/07 10:47 PM GMT
Beautiful job on this, thanks for the new desktop
Don
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::Foxfire66
01/18/07 9:37 PM GMT
That's some really cool water effects tim!!!
Good job man!
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::phasmid
01/23/07 2:33 PM GMT
Well, since you brought it up, Tim, and very nice job on this by the way :) I don't think there's problem with the land, per se. I think that you might be experiencing some land issues. If you look at the tops of the mountains, they appear to have some light covering of snow....at least they are a different hue and graduate down to the part that is nearer to us changing with the addition of what looks like trees or some sort of vegetation. In my experience in looking at "real" things, the land would change again as it got closer to the water where the water would have done its job of eroding the rock into sand making it look more like a beach. Just a suggestion....the only place I can think of off the top of my head that I've been to that looked this way is Lake Powell in Arizona where water was damed up to create a lake and not enough time has gone by, or the rock there is different and will decompose into something other than sand. Just my two cents' worth.

:)PJ

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::od0man
01/23/07 6:10 PM GMT
I can see what PJ means about the shoreline. But it's funny how individuals see things differently cos I thought of it as a recently drowned landscape [post meteorite hit or massive ice-cap melt!]. Whatever; I really like it, nice one:)
Cheers,
Steve.
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.deep_sapphire
02/01/07 11:27 PM GMT
You thought something was wrong with the water? I actually thought it looked great, even real! I agree with PJ also. Nice scene though!
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