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2011-05-11 20:27:38
Pure fantasy
2010-04-11 13:15:16
This photo was originally posted on Pixdaus by a poster who called himself AC. He called it a "hoax" in his original tagline. And then, after a series of comments, he posted a comment of his own in which he admitted that the photo was put together using Terragen and was not a real photo at all. AC did not indicate whether he himself was responsible for the image or whether it was taken by him from Terragen.
2010-04-10 11:19:25
North Pole, Arctic, Earth, Sun, Moon? This image was not intended to represent any of these. It is not a photo, but is a computer generated image that was intended to represent a surrealistic image that might occur on a distant planet in a very distant solar system.
2010-04-10 08:38:37
Thanks Terragen user for clearing a mystery.
2010-04-10 07:56:12
This photo is not real (not even a photo) and photoshop had nothing to do with it. It was created by a software program called TERRAGEN that does not depend upon photo background but creates realistic appearing landscapes from pure imagination. This particular rendition has been around for several years and is even given by the Terragen people as an example of the type of image that can be created with their software.
2010-04-10 05:11:26
This photo has been on the Net for more than a year. It has been posted twice before on Pixdaus -in both cases with the captions 'North Pole Moon'. I searched in google images and found both captions - north pole and arctic...but mostly north pole. Nowhere on the Net is there an indication as to where it comes from. On one site, it indicates that the photo is a hoax. So, who knows.
2010-04-10 01:08:42
Don't you just love Pixdaus, where every country bumpkin that just fell off a turnip truck is a freakin' expert on every damn thing ?
2010-04-10 00:28:35
A truly ridiculous photoshop mashup.