Sep. 22nd, 2015

If you found me again, it's because you came looking or I left you a trail to follow. Thank you for playing along so far; I wanted to begin again, with just the people who cared to take up the thread that's been broken for so long. Comments are screened and won't be unscreened; I will re-add anyone who was there before and makes a request here. If you're new, tell me how you found me and something I should know about you, and we'll see where that takes us.

A walk in the park...

Albert Park, to be precise. I would have liked to go swimming this weekend, but St Kilda Rd has been given over to the Music Festival, and the normally-quiet area was crowded with strangers. Paul and I set off in what was as close to the opposite direction as seemed likely to get us peace and quiet -- into Albert Park, around the lake. And this time, I got pictures.



Picture-heavy, because that"s the point.Collapse )

It was a gorgeous day, despite the light showers we got. We came home to a night off from raiding, split pea soup, and TV-watching. And now I'm wondering about the joys of remote-controlled sailboats... something to think about later.

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Same set, different views

I don't usually subject y'all to variations on a fractal, though I make many of them in the search for the right one. I'm making an exception because none of these feel wrong; they feel like a harmonious set, and I can envision them sharing space in a room without causing the subtle but nagging discomfort I get when a piece is almost right but not quite.




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Just Ultra Fractal -- partly because the sharper lines appeal just now, and partly because I feel a little guilty sometimes. It's the program I started with, and it can do so much more than just import from Apophysis, and yet that's most of what I use it for.

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Again, pure Ultra Fractal.

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... is actually not a flame.



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not quite fractal of the day...



I like that it looks so very simple; only I know how many layers and hours went into it. Show your work in math, but hide it in art.

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Up the airy mountain, down the rushy glen, we daren't go a-hunting, for fear of little men...

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Because it's been far too long.

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I'm pondering changing the focus a little, but only a very little; I'm happy with the crystalline quality like fractures in ice. We shall see.

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