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Ryan – the 1920×1080 version is only 1908 pixels wide!! Can you correct please?
Absolutely amazing clarity.
While a lot look of the images here Look Real & only the angle or Non earthliness of it give it away – this 1 pic it the most Real of Any
I want to see this one re done with Newer Tech donât imagine it could be better but then i would not be complain if i was proved wrong
One of my favs of all time.I can’t believe you did it on 2004 xD.It looks so “real” 😛
Since Tux the Penguin is the mascot of Linux, I often use this background on my GNU/Linux boxes, especially my laptops. A few sharp people have picked up on this and said, “oh, is the Digital Blasphemy dude a Linux user, too?” 🙂
Now currently being used at work.
I can only imagine what this would look like now that technology has advanced.
You might want to rename this Antarctic because penguins only live at the south pole. I would also avoid penguins and polar bears inthe same scene as polar bears only live at the north pole. Because they live at opposite poles you would never see them together. Nice artwork though.
I love this one, any change of some more Antarctica ones?
Ryan, this image is so awesome that it needs to be on poster. It’s so fresh, so cool and so warm. It would look great on a poster.
Love this picture..would love to see more artic pics like this one with penquines maybe some polar bears!!!
This image feels so warm even though the main focus is the ice. The sunlight and clouds are amazing, and small details like the penguins and reflections make this image absolutely perfect. I frequently have this image (resized) as the background of my cellphone.
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