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Member Comments

Ken Smith
I enjoy this image because there is lonely vibes here, but is overwritten by the blossoms making a strong statement ot it's own. This in turn, softly hides the geologic granitic outcrops combined with the strange slump oriented nutrients that provide the presents of mossy vegitation. Unlikely in the real world, but wonderful in the world of the imagination. Keep up the good work!

December 26, 2008

"Enclave... a masterpiece"
New member here! I have to say that this piece is my absolute favorite. The brilliant green in contrast to the gray of the rocks, the lavendar colored tree with petals floating on the surface of the reflective pool just beneath... truly masterful. The color palette and the texture and tone of the image -- perfection.

June 11, 2008

"Another Favorite"
This is another one of my favorites. As you have a thing for blue, so I seem to have a thing for Oriental oriented scenes, lol. I also love the Pagoda series.

December 23, 2006

Justin B.
"Stellar Job On This One"
"Desert Snow" is the only landscape of yours I appreciate more than this one. It also does well in having a great "border" area at the bottom foreground for putting one's desktop icons without disturbing the picture that much.

October 4, 2006

This image will always be one of my favorites. The simplicity of the image combined with the contrast of the tree and the moss makes this image unforgettable. Plus, it isn't blue. Not that I don't like the blue images, but there are a lot of them.

Excellent job on this one!

October 3, 2006

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