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5ive Percent Remaining

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What would you do, if you only had five percent of oxygen left in outer space?
Begin a new way of thinking.

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This is so nice

I take a point away only because nothing is perfect.. but yeah, nicely done.

i love it

ive looked at your work and i love them all
say can i use one as a background for my computer
i cant waitr to see more your amazing work

Incredible

This gives me an amazing feeling inside. I can't explain it. Its one of the greatest images I have ever put my eyes on.

aaa

hey that could be like a whole new thing in golf when humans expand into space. Go on a small moon/planet like Deimos or Phobos which has an escape velocity reachable by a human giving a hit to something. Then, instead of having to aim the ball into a hole in the ground, the goal would be to have the ball hit a certain object like asteroid, planet, or satelite (if you're really pro); and you would have to take into account gravity and all that.

wouldn't that be cool?

Beutiful.

Normally I don't go for landscapes, but this one is pertictually good. My only problem is that I can't get a good look at the guy. Beyond that minor detail, everything about this is amazing.

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gucken
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Sep 26, 2009
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