"The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity."
George Bernard Shaw
OMG Oliviah, how beautiful is that. I've got my headphones on and I'm listening to Sadeness (Pt1) by Enigma for the first time and I click on your site and see this superbly incredible image.First impression: I'm looking up from a beautiful cave at the early morning light reaching down to lift my spirit to new heights, to show my soul wonders I never knew existed.I really wish I knew the right words to tell you how incredible this image is. Love the sense of curve and dimension and the light is just perfect. Magnificent work! :-)
I have been 30 feet down in a well, digging it out and although the sun wasn't in the right position, this is what it would be like. this is beautiful.
I'm looking up from the forest floor into dense evergreen overgrowth, and the sun is fighting to get through. It's so peaceful and calm...reminds me of where I grew up as a kid. Terrific work.
When you guys mentioned trees and leaves in your comments on the previous one I thought, this will be the perfect one to post next. Like trees aflame with a gentle yet brilliant light. trée, Enigma is great to listen to while making fractals. I am glad you liked the image (& Enigma)--all of your words make the image even more beautiful.daddy, wow, 30 ft deep in a well! You are a brave soul! evydense, it sounds like you must have grown up in a very beautiful place. I am glad. :)I think I have said this before but I'll say it again, you guys make the eyes of my imagination grow wider. It is really nice to see these images through other people's eyes.
The light slowly fadeslike his breathhe focuses for one secondon the beauty that is around himthe world ablaze with the remanantsof abundant lifeno longer fertile, but necessaryunlike himhe smiles and shuts his eyesa final time
Thank you autumn. I'm so glad you like it. :)daydreamer, what a beautiful poem. I saw the fractal in a totally different light reading that.
Oliviah! Print this LARGE it is truly wonderful!
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