Monday, May 28, 2007

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13 comments:

Trée said...

Looks like the most delicious and delightful candy, perfect for a midnight snack. See you in the kitchen. ;-)

runnerfrog said...

Oh, Well! What a great 3D effect and texture.
Triangular broccoli?

Icarus said...

Untitled?
Triangular broccoli - that's great!
It is such a warm, cosy fractal, one to really reach out towards and touch. I love the colours too. Something makes me think of those tiny exquisite little flowers, lantana.
And I invite you over to see the trees with which my main blog celebrates its 1st birthday today.
Don't you just love the word 'Jacarandá'? Magical name for a magical tree.
Sweet thoughts for you, and kissitos,

SXXX

Autumn Storm said...

WOW! Just simply wow, Oliviah, it's beautiful! My eyes were drawn to a thousand little hearts in all the colours of the rainbow and to one little red one in particular that the others seem to frame though it is nowhere near the centre of the image.

Icarus said...

Didn't I arrive for your approval yesterday? Strangely, I've been thinking all day today that mine has a problem with visitors or comments not arriving.

How to verify?....Ah yes, I know....

DINK PINK said...

I LOVE THE MAY 15TH ONE AND THE OLD URN.....HI OLIVIAH HOW HAVE YOU BEEN IT`S BEN AWHILE. BEAUTIFUL ART HERE!

Trée said...

Arms flexing their muscles on bicep beach. :-D

KSHIPPYCHIC said...

Love it! How have you been??

Autumn Storm said...

Just stopping by to wish you a nice weekend, Oliviah, xo

Michael said...

spectacular

Take Care
Michael

Anonymous said...

so much movement! I and this time from more "squared" up objects... I am so amazed how the colors once again can do so much just by themselves!

Oliviah said...

Wow. I forgot how rich these colors are. Thank you Joey for this trip down memory lane. It almost makes me want to attempt Apophysis right now. I better wait a few more months.

Intergalactic Stacey said...

I love the organic look of this fractal. I hope to see more Apophysis work from you soon. I hope you are well and enjoying the spring, which is really like a summer.