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Silver Bells -- Christmas 2005
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"Silver Bells -- Christmas 2005"

7.05/10 rating (164 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"Silver Bells"
This is my favorite Christmas image you've done so far, and one of my favorites over all. Your Christmas tree pictures are beautiful, but there's something about this one that really speaks to me. I'd love a dual screen version, though I realize the demand is probably pretty low, and you have better things to do than revisit three year old images. :)

December 2, 2008
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7.36/10 rating (221 votes)

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"Almost Perfect"
I love most of your interior stuff and I think they're a bit underrated, particularly this one. However, while the lake and rock walls are amazing, I think the figure detracts a lot from the picture, not because it's a figure, but because it's quality is so obviously lower then it's surroundings. At 1920X1200, it looks almost like an animated figure, which is in stark contrast to the exquisitely detailed cave.

John B
February 7, 2009
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7.04/10 rating (188 votes)

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It's a tokamak fusion engine where plasma is confined to fuse hydrogen. Simply beautiful.


Mon April 4, 2016 at 6:56 am
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7.54/10 rating (203 votes)

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"Another Sacred Space"
I have always loved your temples, and this one ranks right up there with "Omadon" (1999) as one of my all-time favorite 'spaces' in which to contemplate the wonders left behind by peoples unknown in ages long past, a rare few of which are still in use.

Thu June 5, 2014 at 0:43 am
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