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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Gold Sky by luke.saagi
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Gold Sky

August 31st, 2008

Friends cottage on Balsam lake, taken with a Nikon D300.

Comments from the Community

Posted By: DanV
about 7 years ago
Absolutely beautiful.

love the wide use of yellow.
Posted By: deuceswild09
about 7 years ago
Fantastic picture, but there is some dust on your sensor. In the sky above the thing in the water there is a little dust spot. Other than that this is a great picture.
Posted By: RhiNo0
about 7 years ago
The photo idea is a bit popular, but the work is outstanding. Good tone of "Orange-Gold", so beautiful. Congratulations.
Posted By: luke.saagi
about 7 years ago
Thanks everyone .
Posted By: RhiNo0
about 7 years ago
Posted By: RhiNo0
about 7 years ago
Sorry by the message up there, I was writing another comment and I sent that... was a mystake sorry.
This comment is rated: insightful
Posted By: Batman_360
about 7 years ago
I agree with the above comments. The goldenrod color is so rich, it exudes happiness and contentness, exactly the way a local lake should make you feel. Incidentally, it says that there are 51 comments, but I only see 7 including this one... :S
Posted By: bdwilcox
about 7 years ago
On Golden Pond...Literally. :o)
Posted By: remacian1
about 7 years ago
the title offered by bdwilcox...perfect!
and here again is an image well suited for desktops.
Posted By: JVBlogger
about 7 years ago
Beautiful photo indeed!
about 6 years, 11 months ago
Posted By: shrivats
about 4 years, 4 months ago
Very wonderful ! Thank you for this photo ! I like the orange tone !

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