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Offline Caleidoscope

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Re: Natural winter fractals
« Reply #30 on: October 12, 2021, 11:56:30 AM »
More pancakes and ice bubbles.

If you can use any of them, go ahead.  ^-^
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Re: Natural winter fractals
« Reply #31 on: October 12, 2021, 03:42:15 PM »
"Ice pie" with my little eye ... a glorious threadful of wonderful. So much beauty, so many surprises.   :clapping:

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Re: Natural winter fractals
« Reply #32 on: October 12, 2021, 07:20:59 PM »
"Ice pie" with my little eye ... a glorious threadful of wonderful. So much beauty, so many surprises.   :clapping:

Thank you Velvet that's very kind of you. I'm glad you liked them!

Isn't that the wonder of nature, that there are so many gifts, so much beauty free for all to see? Well to me it is. That's why I'm a bit of a maniac if it comes to photography and fractal  :o 8)

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Re: Natural winter fractals
« Reply #33 on: October 13, 2021, 04:46:14 PM »
Isn't that the wonder of nature, that there are so many gifts, so much beauty free for all to see? Well to me it is. That's why I'm a bit of a maniac if it comes to photography and fractal  :o 8)
I could be mistaken, but I understand you live in the Netherlands? If that's the case, then the clouds in your skies tend to be a lot more varied and dramatic than in many other industrialized places on this planet.

30 years ago I moved from southern-ish Germany to the northern lowlands. In all those years I couldn't ever stop admiring the amazing cloudscapes here. I guess it's no coincidence that the Netherlands was home to a large number of outstanding painters that we still remember today. Any picture of any landscape, not matter how flat and feature-less, would always be crowned by an overflowing splendor of beautiful sky.

Anyway. I guess that explains why I recently rambled on and on about staring into the clouds. ^-^

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Re: Natural winter fractals
« Reply #34 on: October 13, 2021, 08:08:11 PM »
True, and I'm a bit of an addict with skies. They never bore me. (maybe just a flat blue sky ;)) And I got about 20gb pictures only skies.
They're never the same  :fp:
And I love it wehen somebody rambles on and on about skies  :yes: :thumbs: That's a good thing.
It is even a good meditation, just watching clouds go by.  Be in harmony ;)  :gum:

The last 2 weeks every evening great sunsets especially with a lot of wind in the upper layers. Changing fast so you can keep on taking pictures. (my guest couldn't understand what the ... I was doing and why?   :skeptical: Can't explain. I'm afraid I got that with a lot, but it makes life a ot more interesting. don't you agree?   ^-^



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