Karesansui

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11 reviews for Karesansui

  1. mejakun

    This is very evocative. I’ve seen many rock gardens in Japan. No photo or digital art can do them justice (most of them). However, I second Robert’s request to pass this through the ‘beast’ — some 10 yrs after it was created. Perhaps then, the digital rock garden would do justice to the real thing.

  2. mejakun

    This is very evocative. I’ve seen many rock gardens in Japan. No photo or digital art can do them justice (most of them). However, I second Robert’s request to pass this through the ‘beast’ — some 10 yrs after it was created. Perhaps then, the digital rock garden would do justice to the real thing.

  3. Robert

    Please, please, PLEASE take this one back under the microscope! It would look so incredible and tranquil were it to pass through the beast that is Bucephalus!

  4. Uribin

    This is one of my favorites. It needs a dual screen update though please!

    all i can say is that im only looking for dual or triple screen wallpapers here. Ryan you should realy make some more screens for us dual or triple screen users i would prefer some space wallpapers or one wicked tikipole ( abstract wallpaper ) thumbs up cheers

  5. Mark

    This is one of my favorites. It needs a dual screen update though please!

  6. enos128

    I wish the blur effect could be done at higher quality, aka more realistic or “photo-like”. I very much enjoy pictures and images that use Depth of Field.

  7. Ryan

    This image was rendered with a “Depth of Field” effect so the blurriness in the background is intentional.

  8. Chris Short

    This image has always been one of my favorites. Simple, light, and calming.

  9. Snakebite

    I do notice the difference between 2002 and 2007 resolution wise, a bit blurry in the rear at high res. The detail of the large rock is superb, and the whole picture is just so calming.

  10. Thompsbc

    I very much like this piece Ryan. The simplicity of the dojo in the background compliments the intricacy of the sand patterns. Good work.

  11. Jamie N.

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