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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Seven Bliss by DJMattRicks
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Seven Bliss

March 29th, 2009

I thought this one would looks great as a bliss wallpaper :)

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blue » landscape » mountains » nature » orange » photography » sky » sunset »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Mayo
about 15 years ago
Stunning!! Where's this?
Posted By: Ben Gustafson
about 15 years ago
Wow. I am stunned. Love everything about it!!
Posted By: austen
about 15 years ago
is this one image? i still like it either way.
Posted By: BetWinston
about 15 years ago
Really nice.
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 15 years ago
This is nice, but I have to say I prefer the original (http://northpole76.deviantart.com/art/Alpenglow-75191515). Looks more natural.
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Posted By: trout
about 15 years ago
Must agree with Chris.
Posted By: Mark
about 15 years ago
So, I take it this is not your work, but rather belongs to a guy on deviantart named Stefan Trenker?
Does he know you used his work for this?
If not.. he will.
Posted By: CaptJackDaniels
about 15 years ago
agreed with mfaccone. I'm sad to see this issue arise twice in one month. That said, I don't want to criticize too much, as there may be an explanation.
about 15 years ago
Great photograph, but apparently not by this submitter unless they have two different deviantart profiles? Apologies if so. Whoever took the original identified by Chris, good work, processing here is a bit too much for my liking though. (I'm not too sure what the effect is? I call it light smoothing between the dark areas and lighter areas, perhaps a little less would have made this better). Dan
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 15 years ago
DJMattRicks acknowledges the original pic in his DeviantArt page so I think this one's all above board.
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Posted By: merk
about 15 years ago
Wow, awesome ! I want to be there right now !!!
Posted By: skiweasel
about 15 years ago
I'm a little torn on the cropping, and agree that the original is much more stunning for its natural approach. But I guess it depends on what you're going for...
Posted By: EastTN
about 15 years ago
I like it but other than the color saturation it is not much diff from the original. The gold on the mountains seems a bit too saturated for my taste.
Posted By: promo
about 15 years ago
Posted By: Mac Man
about 15 years ago
Wicked awesome! Beautiful!
Posted By: Smith Geet
about 15 years ago
Posted By: Bojan Marsetich
about 15 years ago
I don't like the sintetich fell abou it. It doesn't fell real.
Posted By: fatClyde
about 15 years ago
Not bad , but the half cropped house at the bottom is odd. The colour on the original is far better, too.
Posted By: Adam Dell
about 15 years ago
This truly is bliss! Good work. I like the mountains and the trees in this shot. keep it up.
Posted By: samt
about 15 years ago
cool, where did u take this?
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Picturesque--the colors are off the chart!
Posted By: Fresherdanyou5
about 14 years, 8 months ago
wow just wow!

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