Indian Summer  

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Uploaded: 11/23/07 3:18 AM GMT
Indian Summer
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Fraxplorer, PS. Thank you for viewing. Comments are most welcome and appreciated. ~Lori


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11/23/07 4:39 AM GMT
This is beautiful Lori & the title fits perfectly ~ like turquoise jewels mixed in with colors of autumn. Very nicely done.
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11/23/07 5:42 AM GMT
Faved Lori! Wow! Sandi♥
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life.
11/23/07 9:01 AM GMT
Colorful and beautiful Lori.
Good work.
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11/23/07 11:06 AM GMT
Nicely done and good colors.
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11/23/07 12:03 AM GMT
Very interesting design. Well done.
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“Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you” - Richard Brinsley Sheridan
11/23/07 3:44 PM GMT
Very Very Beautiful work with Wonderful colors and Exotic design..Love it
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11/23/07 5:30 PM GMT
amazing factual and amazing colors:)
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11/24/07 2:09 AM GMT
I'm glad I finally got here..saved this one in my fractal file, and it seems I'm going to have to make subfolders with seasons in it as well!!

♫ 005 PJ ♫

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"I never looked for it, gave it no name; yet I knew it always, when the gift of peace came. I stood quite still for the moment that it lasted...Then the light shifted slightly and the moment passed, leaving me...with the lasting echo of its presence.." Diana Gabaldon
11/24/07 6:27 PM GMT
Absolutely gorgeous! I love the design and those colors make for an excitingly elegant creation. This is beautiful!
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
11/27/07 2:16 PM GMT
Wow, saw this on the front page and had to come see! Beautiful design, Lori! An instant fav and save, thank you!
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Much of the beauty in life is found in people who care.
12/02/07 12:23 AM GMT
A beautiful, baroque piece you've created here.

Reminiscent of the old fleur-de-lys stained glass church windows.
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Sic transit gloria mundi
12/07/07 2:24 AM GMT
Just thought I would pop in for a look see ... and ... wow.

Colour heads the top of the list of elements that drew me in at first glance. I see an antiquish filigreed creation myself. Possibly, wrought iron that has weathered beautifully to produce the bronzes and greens present.

Add in the textures that result of your colour choice(s) ... very nice work Lori.

Noticed 'PS' in your narrative ... curious fellow that I am ... care to elaborate some? There is an illustrative look and feel as well, so's I am curious as to how much of this particular 'effect' was achieved through either the program itself and or in that of post-sweetening.

Really nice depth/dimensionality. Nice one.

But of course, thank you for sharing. :o)
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"Sometimes me think what is love, and then me think love is what last cookie is for. Me give up the last cookie for you." - Cookie Monster
12/15/07 5:04 PM GMT
Now THAT'S a work of art. How did I ever miss that. Wonderful job Lori. +fav
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03/03/08 1:53 AM GMT
The artistic merit here is outstanding.
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08/04/09 11:00 AM GMT
Beautiful and incredibly imaginative, but that describes all of your work. The color combination is awesome. Faved.
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09/01/09 2:36 PM GMT
This one triggers two different visuals for me. Norwegian rosemaling has been a popular style of folk painting for over 250 years. Large acanthus leaves, similar to your bronze leaf-shapes here, were often illustrated sprouting out of a central point. The space between leaves would be filled with miniatures of the leaves, berry-like circles, and gradients of color. Any Norwegian looking at this one would feel right at home. Your elegant fractal also has the feel of beautifully embossed and painted foil. I can visualize it as the ornate ceiling of some french nobleman's ballroom. Structurally, I also like the diagonal symmetry. It may be one of your older ones, Lori, but even though you have a lot more experience and fractals under your belt now, it's still a beauty.

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08/03/11 8:41 PM GMT
omg.... really beautiful! It looks like an elegant, expensive, silk scarf... I don't understand how to make fractals so I'll just say again, really really beautiful. ;-)
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08/30/19 6:52 AM GMT
Amazing...faved...wish you were here.
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