rules: * Give me a link to your creation so that I can take a look at it * Credit me on the finished image's page * Place a link to this deviation on the finished image's page * If you want to use it in a print or outside of DA, please ask * If you use it for a photomanipulation, please be creative and do something more than just changing the colour * This photo may not be used to create other stock
REGULAR STOCK RULES Credit me in your description with a link back to the original stock photo or to my main page. You must leave me a comment with a link to the deviation you've created. I want to see and it. I give full permission to use my stock in prints or any work that is used outside of DA including Commercial works as long as they have been changed and made into your own original work. BE CREATIVE! Do NOT use my stock if you're only going to do minor changes like changing hue/saturation, texture overlay, or only put a border around the picture, etc. You cannot manipulate my stock to make other stock unless permission is given. Do NOT enhance and upload my photos as your own! You may upload to horse sites (ponybox or whichever ones there are)as long as credit is given and you have a account here with works in your gallery. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SELL MY BACKGROUNDS IN ANY WAY IN THE ORIGINAL FORM it must be changed and turned into your own work!!!! I reserve the right to request an un-watermarked copy of Manipulations using my Female and Male stock. I am keeping a keepsake book for my Kids. But most of all...HAVE FUN!!!
Since I have started my Stock folders I receive quit a lot of Fav's on my Stock photos. It is very easy for me to get behind on my messages because of this. If you do not receive a Thank you from me personally Thanking you for the Fav's on my Stock I hope you understand that sometime I just cannot reply to all. Please Know that your Fav's and your support of my stocks are Greatly appreciated and that I Love each and every
An unforgetable day in the mountains is ending with a magnificent sunset. Down in the valley it is almost dark. The big mountain that´s causing that fancy shadow is called Hohe Dock (3.348m), in the Austrian Alps