"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
Oh man, this is really interesting. You're so good at fractals!
Shally shells sheshells at sh sheashore......heeheehee.... :-P
I always enjoy your fractals, you are a manipulator, for sure, of the fractal variables.In reading the NY Times Magazine a couple of weeks ago, (yes we get the times in the outback!) I found a reference to a website which you may like to check out: "patientslikeme"I haven't seen it yet so add the necessary w's and http's and probably a com or org to find it.It may connect to with others with similar concerns. Hope it helps. . .
Thanks Jane. :-)
Will-O, you so sill-O. :-P
Goatman, I'm glad you like the fractal and thanks for the thought...I'll look into "patientslikeme".
Welcome back to the land of creators. Glad you have gotten your abilities back. Your work as always is fabulous.
Dave, thank you...you always make me smile. :-)
Oh my O! This image is fan-frailing-tastic. Mmmmm, I think I like this image. Come a little closer and I'll tell you why. :-D
Trée, hmm....most intriguing...I wonder...you sure know how to arouse my curiosity.
It sure is! And very ying-yang, love the understated colours, they come like a surprise, like a rainbow appearing across the sky after the rain clouds have dispersed. Very nice work, Oliviah!! Happy days ahead, xoxo
Autumn, that is well said. it's like you are a little mind reader. I'm starting to feel a little better and wanted to show it but not overstate it (in case I have a sudden relapse, lol) and your words are the perfect words for the image that I posted. xo
Hi Oliviah, so glad to see you back with your fabulous fractals!
Whatever you are doing - it's working :-) Keep it up my dear. I have no idea how to make one of those fractals - but it looks cool.Love that smile of yours - hope it's on today.xo
Thanks Deb! :-)
Terry, I've been smiling a lot more lately. I am convinced that while medications can save lives, they can also be very destructive. Here's hoping for a good balance!
Oh, how cool! It's a swirl of chocolate, melting into Easter M&Ms! (I'm an art critic with a sweet tooth.) :)
Ooh, fun and yum!
Well sounds silly I know, but every time I look at this I hear music, and don't you see the different pitches with the holes on each side? Then the sound spirals down and makes a wonderful "drone" like symphony akin to a pipe organ with multiple stops activated.Joey
That sounds beautiful Joey. I can feel that now. :)
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