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"Twilight harbor (1999)"
Would it be possible to render this picture in 1920 x 1080. I am using it now but using what was available. I think this is a warm and beautiful picture.

Mon May 9, 2011 at 9:19 am

Ross H
"I like it!"
I also think this would be a good image to re-visit!

Sun May 8, 2011 at 10:08 pm

"Twilight Harbor"
I would love to see this updated. I love sailing ships, but the older ones just don't look quite right. I love Eventide, but I'd like more updated sailing pictures.

June 5, 2007

"Twilight Harbor"
I think it would make a great picture if you combined this scene with the background of sky and clouds from "Pacifica".

June 3, 2007

"Worth a revisit?"
I still feel this one stands out and might be worth a revisit. Even though I've used dual monitors for years there are some of your older walls I keep to display in a "picture frame" widget, and this is one of them.

Maybe a weird thing to say but it's always felt very "alive" to me. The use of light making me strain to make out the (non-existent) figures on deck :-)

October 8, 2006

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