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Uploaded: 12/01/06 4:09 PM GMT
Christmas Night
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Christmas is coming! Merry Christmas and happy new year to everybody! More resolutions at I also published a tutorial about making of Christmas Night wallpapers - check it out at


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12/01/06 4:37 PM GMT
very cool- I love the glowing blue! nicely done!
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12/01/06 5:03 PM GMT
Cool, design, and the tutorial really shows how much goes into this. Very well done, but how do you get the ideas for it all??
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12/01/06 7:31 PM GMT
Very Creative, I like how you made this.
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12/01/06 8:46 PM GMT
Oh yes very nice, tanks for this posting ! :-)
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12/01/06 9:32 PM GMT
I mis the dutch wishes on here, so "Prettige Kerstdagen" ( merrry X-mas) just love this one in bleu so lovely

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12/01/06 9:40 PM GMT
Cool and Beautiful with Great design..
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12/02/06 12:24 AM GMT
Nice idea and well executed. Would be fun to see an even longer list of X-mas Greetings but this is a terrific start. Really like how you've portrayed the cosmos.
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12/02/06 2:05 AM GMT
Nicely done!
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02/05/07 4:35 PM GMT
Creative. Very nice!
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02/27/07 6:16 PM GMT
I miss, 'Nadolig Llawen' on here. In fact, there are no wishes from my island at all! Great idea, though and the sky is brilliant. Lovely image.

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02/10/08 1:42 AM GMT
Great idea. Good work!
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12/21/08 3:39 PM GMT
In Hawaii, we say "Mele Kalikimaka", traditionally it was the time of Lono, and Makahiki Festivals. After the arrival of the Missionaries, it became Mele Kalikimaka, which roughly translates to Merry Christian Festival. Today the season is a mix of cultures, as Hawaii is a true melting pot. Santa rides in on an outrigger canoe; there are lighted, night-time parades, a luau or two...Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, and many other cultures and foods are blended to celebrate Christmas, and ring in the New Year...or "Hauoli Makahiki Hou".

...thought I'd share since this image is a great multi-cultural work. I love the idea behind it, very creative. I enjoyed looking at the various phrases and googling the origins.
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