I really like the simulated depth of field in this. (the blur that increases the further it is from the camera.)
I needed another image for my YouTube video of fractals, so I dug this out of my archive. I don't know why I didn't use this one sooner, it even animated great.
I first called this The Machine because of it's mechanical look, but when you look closely, it appears to be made of webs.
It doesn't look like it, but this is actually a fractal image, a repeating mathematical construct represented in 3d space.
There is something about this fractal I really like. Note the little flower shape is the whole fractal repeating itself on it's side. It repeats like that infinitely.
Mathematically generated Fractal flame image. A dual screen version of this will soon be available, that has the other wing on the second monitor.
This is a fractal image. The spectral lens flare isn't added, it is actully part of the fractal. I am adding a category for fractals, and will be adding several more soon. See the search page to select the gallery.
I put off images that give me trouble, switching back to a previous problem child. I switched back to this one which accepted my tweaking much better this time.
Can you capture stars in a net, or is it just a metaphor?
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