Saturday, October 06, 2007

Trees in a sandscape






17 comments:

Plutarch said...

Apart from trees, they suggest estuaries, which is not so surprising, but its always interesting to think about scale.

Dave said...

The fourth one is a real stunner. And the last one. Damn.

zhoen said...

Fractals all over the place. Thank you, lovely.

marja-leena said...

Wow. And just when we've been talking about our favourite retreat in the wild west coast...

marlyat2 said...

Lucy,
These are splendid! Wondrous metamorphic dream landscapes, lovely colors and light.

annie said...

Wow, I really love the fourth one... well, the last two... no, I guess all but the third?

I take it back, I can't pick anything like a favorite. They remind me of Harold and the Purple crayon.

julie said...

Wonderful! What are the spirals in the last picture?

leslee said...

Oh, how beautiful!

Granny J said...

Awesome patterns & great lighting that really brings out the patterns.

Lucy said...

Thank you.

Plutarch,estuaries seen from high up, and scale of time as well as size; as Zhoen says, fractals everywhere! I'm glad I didn't make them black and white, and kept the touch of colour. Annie, I agree the third one is more like what it is and less of an abstract, so less interesting, but on the other hand I like the light and colour at the top of it.
Julie, the spirals are worm casts!

Lee said...

Going for a stroll in the forests of the mind. Thank you.

Jean said...

Gorgeous and magical - thank you!

leslee said...

Hm, I was going to say worms, but I was afraid it might be goose guano!

Robin Starfish said...

These natural fractals are just stunning, Lucy!

apprentice said...

Wonderful Lucy. Just wonderful

zephyr said...

what marvelous finds...and excellent photographs....truly magical and mystical

Tall Girl said...

I'd missed this between the hulks and the saints. Magical