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  1. Kaessa

    Kaessa Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just uploaded a few of the wallpapers I made for my Eris (these are all my own photos and photoshop experiments), and thought I'd share them here. Feel free to download, use, comment, etc.

    Enjoy!

    Picasa Web Albums - Kaessa - Eris Wallpapers
     

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  2. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary Moderator

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    Kaessa,

    These are really cool! I assume that a few of these are in Colorado? I lived in Colorado Springs in the early 70's (when it was still not such a large city). Pike's Peak was the view from my back porch. Bluffs all around where I lived that we hiked in, lots of sandstone geodes to crack open and see what goodies they had inside. Garden of the Gods not too far away...awesome.

    Anyway, very nice pics indeed. Thank you for that.
     
  3. thrawn86

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    #2 (wood) is very nice...
     
  4. cmerrtt

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    These are beautiful pictures. It makes me long to live in a place similar to where these were taken but I will just have to use one on my phone so I can get the vibe each time I make a call :)

    Thanks!

    Also - is there a thread that discusses resizing photos to make Eris wallpapers?
     
  5. lionsden

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    Awesome pix... nicely done.
     
  6. Kaessa

    Kaessa Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Most of these are in Colorado: The majority are taken in the Bayfield/Durango area, but the red rocks are from the Colorado National Monument, and the snow covered mountain is on Molas Pass on Hwy 550. I moved to Colorado about 4 years ago, and can't get enough of the scenery here.

    Thanks, everyone! :)
     

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