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Pickle Jar Variations what's this?
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I like to put this one up around Earth Day.

Thu August 22, 2013 at 0:23 am

"ahh, the olden days of 2006"
In ages past (epoch of Gentoo iirc) this was one of my favorite desktops.

Tue September 18, 2012 at 7:32 pm

Ken Smith
"Enclosure (2006)"
This image perpretrates the feeling of our real world! I is inprisoned by our human stupitity. I do not understand the ring around the equator, but it does not matter. You have made a statement here I agree with. I just hope we have the key to unlock it.

December 26, 2008

"Reminds me of Tesla."
Looks like a giant generator. :D I love this one.

June 20, 2007

"Really like it"
Perfectly executed. Not quite as subtle as your other planetscape's but definitely the best to date. Keep it up, I always look forward to the planetary art.

October 16, 2006

Beyond just being a great image I really like the concept here. It makes me wonder what the builders of the Enclosure were intending; to keep 'things' out or hold them in? I like it when as an audiance I am given the chance to 'fill in the blanks'.

October 16, 2006

"nice looking"
i like it alot.. i really do, but mostly the background, if it was at a different angle to show off the colloms heading into the earth i think it would be alot better, but thats just my opinion...

still love it though ^_^

October 4, 2006

"It's Awsome"
I love planet scapes and this one has kind of a dark tone. A great rehash of the 1996(I think its '96) one of the same name.

October 2, 2006

That's just...


Words are insufficient.

I somehow expect to be saying that a lot.

October 1, 2006

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