Desert Snow (2006 ↑)

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Greywolf
"Shades of Roger Dean"
I like this one a lot; it's sort of, to me, an alternate view of the cover art for the Yes album "Union" which was done by Roger Dean. Perhaps a little less surreal, but more real...

Mon April 25, 2016 at 11:35 pm

mischa
"summer version would be awesome"
i really love this wallpaper just the way it is, but i reckon summer or maybe evening versions of Desert Snow, would look amazing! :)

Wed January 19, 2011 at 6:24 pm

Ryan
"Re: New Sizes"
I've added the mobile and new widescreen resolutions for "Desert Snow". Must have missed this one when I was collecting all of my images together!

February 13, 2009

Jenanne
"New sizes?"
Hi Ryan!



I know you're busy recovering right now, but when you get a chance could we get 1440 and 1680 sizes on this one, if it's possible? I really love this render. Thanks!

February 11, 2009

Nicola
"favourite January wallpaper again"
I tend to choose images that reflect the view I'd like to have out of my window at the moment, and they usually follow the seasons. This one is gorgeous, evoking a crisp, fresh and sunny winters day. My favourite wallpaper for January for the second year running.

January 12, 2007

Striker
"Nice work"
I love the flow of the objects here. the outcroppings on the wall on the left appear harsh and evil, especially since they're in the dark. they also serve to direct your eye to the right, toward the tree and softer curves of the wall in the light. excellent.

November 2, 2006

Ali
"Snow, what snow?"
I love this image, although I have to say the snow is incidental here for me. I just see the imposing red stone of the wild west lanscape and a cayote set against an infinite sky. I have this wallpaper at work and it's quite appropriate as I work with a load of cowboys (they haven't got the irony either...). Can I have a warmer, less snowy version??

October 22, 2006

Justin B.
"An Absolute Favorite "
This may very well be my favorite landscape wallpaper of yours (Enclave comes close). It's so crisp looking; it's as if I'm breathing in cold, crisp, unpolluted winter air by just looking at this wallpaper in my stuffy apartment.

October 4, 2006

Don K
"Perfect"
I love the Moab area of Utah and this picture is very close to the sorts of places you see there. Still waiting for a fresh snow during one of my visits!

October 4, 2006

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