Once Upon a Time (Twilight)

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"Great Twilight picture"
I would love to see a remake of this castle with a little more brick texture and details of a the castle. Add a couple of horses, cows, or maybe a dragon.

Since going to double screen it's a little harder to look at these older images, but this could be a great image to start with and see what you could do with your newer tools.

Keep up the great work.

July 3, 2007

"Once Upon a Time (Twilight)"
This was always my favorite one out of all of your castle-theme wallpapers :)

How come you took down my favorite version though? The one I downloaded originally had different lighting (noticable particularly on the castle turrets) and a different looking tree (maybe because of the somewhat different lighting?) in the bottom right corner. I had downloaded the 1280x1024 version and always wanted to download the larger size but when I had come back to download it, I found that version was completely removed. I preferred that version because the lighting seemed a little brighter and prettier overall.

June 20, 2007

Wonderful image! Really great!

May 3, 2007

"Sweetness Man!"
I absolutely love this picture! It's not only fanciful and enchanting but it also draws you in and makes you imagine that you are in a mythical world of fantasy. I love the daylight version as well but the twilight makes it a more serene place to live within my imagination. A winter version of this scene could be really neat too!

January 15, 2007

This is such a cool picture.

October 19, 2006

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