Brilliant and all-encompassing.
Thank you, Millie!
The top one took my breath away! Buddha’s hands! (^_^)
Oh yes! Now I see them too!
I do like this collection, Syncy
Thanks, Shaun. It took me SO long to get them into post form, wrestling with my internet connection and my phone that I am already sick of looking at them.
While the first set has a oriental quality, this set has a First Nations Native element. Especially the second and third image resemble certain varieties of Teepee art design. Well done again ! 🙂
Thank you, Joseph. I think I see what you mean.
The second one is simply perfect!
Loved the first, but these ones top it, I think 🙂
Thanks, Anne. I’m sick of them! Haha! 🙂
When I look at all of these shapes in succession I get the impression of morphing again… almost in a biological way… almost like something you might see under a microscope…
I can see that, Robert, the top one looks like a cell reproducing, I think.
I know you’re sick of them, but I’m just now seeing them. Fantastic! I love them.
Thanks, Lemony! I was excited by both sets as I was manipulating them into being. I think they’re ‘good’ but they are overwhelming for me to look at for long. Too bright! So many! I like darker, murkier or paler things to look at for my inner eye’s ease.
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