Tropic of Cancer

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mischa
"all time db classic."
for me 'tropic of cancer' is THE classic db image, i remember it being one of the first ones i ever saved and used as my desktop background at work... and i still use it at work 10 years later...



thanks for the memories ryan! i hope there are many more to come :)

Tue September 13, 2011 at 4:25 am

muzikman57
"TROPIC OF CANCER"
THIS IS MY FAVORITE OF ALL--IT IS ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING--IF YOU CAN'T GET TO A TROPICAL ISLAND, IT IS THE NEXT BEST THING--THIS IS WHY I BOUGHT MY MEMBERSHIP!!! KEEP UP THE MAGNIFICENT WORK--BOY I WISH I HAD A JOB LIKE THIS.

Sat March 6, 2010 at 10:16 pm

Ezra
"Partial 1680"
+1 on the "please fix 1680". It's a very pretty image and I'd like it in my size.

March 5, 2009

bel
"1680x1050"
I downloaded the collection for the 1680x1050 wide screen which had this image in it. But half of the image was black. I wondered if it was me and checked the link on your web instead and I only see half the image.



I realize this is an old image but thought you would want to know anyway.



Hope the faults are just me. :)



Cheers,

smilingdragon

March 3, 2009

Jenanne
"Missing Widescreen"
I love this image, so I was disappointed to find the 1680 x 1050 (widescreen) size to be faulty. Only half shows up. Any chance it can be fixed? Thank you!

February 7, 2009

Nelson
"A classic."
I know this piece is about seven years old now, but it's one the first wallpapers I ever downloaded from this site, several years back. It always takes me somewhere special when I gaze into this gorgeous scenery, thank you for the great work.

January 3, 2008

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