Nothing really special: I played a little more with my fractal Summertime in Greece's parameters, changed the gradient a little, and zoomed on a different zone. That's the outcome. I like the other one better, to be honest... what do you think?
We were born before the wind Also younger than the sun Ere the bonnie boat was won as we sailed into the mystic Hark, now hear the sailors cry Smell the sea and feel the sky Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic
And when that fog horn blows I will be coming home And when that fog horn blows I want to hear it I don't have to fear it I want to rock your gypsy soul Just like way back in the days of old Then magnificently we will float into the mystic And when that fog horn blows you know I will be coming home And when thst fog horn whistle blows I got to hear it I don't have to fear it I want to rock your gypsy soul Just like way back in the days of old And together we will float into the mystic Come on girl...
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Edit on December 20th, 2011
So... I have two Daily Deviations now? Okay Misha, you surprised me big time with this suggestion. Seriously. Lots of love for you because of it.
I'm very glad I got a DD on this one fractal specifically, honestly it's one of those I liked best among my own work. That makes me twice as happy! And of course a very big thank you goes to SuicideBySafetyPin as well, for choosing and featuring my artwork!
Also, I have updated the prints with a high-resolution, high-quality .png source image and made most sizes available! *** Prints made with a 4000x6000 size render *** For a higher-sized or higher-resolution print, please contact me ***
Thanks to everyone for adding it to favourites, commenting it, and loving it in general. Even if I can't thank you all personally, all of your love is much appreciated. If you liked this fractal, you might also like:
<< The title, loosely adapted from the French for "snowy winter", actually refers to the small white snow dots scattered all over the fractal. It's a symbolic way of reminding the viewer to pay attention to details, as they are equally important than the ensemble at times - much more so for fractal artwork. The snowfall acts as the all-embracing element of the composition, covering all different color zones equally and softening the iridescent touch. White light zones balance out the glowing rainbow for a paper-like work which, in the artist's own imaginary, would be inspired by a classical Japanese style of art, named sumi-e [...]. >>
It's kind of funny; I think it represents me somehow.