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Uploaded: 02/15/06 11:19 PM GMT
Tendrils
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Apophysis, Photofiltre...This reminded me of the tendrils of some exotic alien plant. Enjoy!

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.cgImagery
02/15/06 11:30 PM GMT
Very nice job :D Great colors also :D looks like something from a lake or ocean or some underwater plant...very nice job :D
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::Hottrockin
02/15/06 11:35 PM GMT
Wicked work Larry!! Superior color scheme!! Grrreat desktop image!!
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.Mudpuppy
02/16/06 12:05 AM GMT
This does resemble a plant, the colors are in just the right places and the design is a one in a million. Very awesome work here Larry, you just come up with the best creations. High marks on this!!
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"Holy, holy, holy is the lord God Almighty - the one who always was, who is, and who is still to come."
.jaecee666
02/16/06 1:24 AM GMT
Gorgeous! A great peice of work and into my faves!!
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look but don't touch, touch but don't feel, feel but don't like, like but don't tell...
.lgmac
02/16/06 1:40 AM GMT
Looks like my veins. Great flame dude.
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"Little dreams cost the same as big dreams, so why not dream BIG"
::Asrai
02/16/06 2:57 AM GMT
It looks like synapses in the human brain...firing!
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Magic is everywhere...
.antmark
02/16/06 2:58 AM GMT
cool image, i like the bright colors.
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::lemeow
02/16/06 6:37 AM GMT
The spikey thingies at the bottom look wicked sharp! It's like good energy trying to emerge from some thornbush hell...or something like that...
Really terrific colors, interesting imagery and another great flame. Nicely done.
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"You may not get what you paid for, but you will pay for what you get." Maya Angelou
::J_272004
02/16/06 10:18 AM GMT
Interesting flame =D love the little spikey thingies.. =), great colours, wonderful, unusual work.. great work Larry
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"I cannot change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination" / Jimmy Dean
.mesmerized
02/16/06 1:54 PM GMT
These do indeed look like tendrils and possibly from some underwater plant...either that or some type of unusual fibre optics...great colors and very striking...nice one, Larry.:Pat.
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Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart. (Victor Hugo)
::madmaven
02/16/06 2:39 PM GMT
SUPER_CHARGED!!!!!!!!!! Very electric looking to me! Love the colors too!
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::Morwyn
02/16/06 6:00 PM GMT
I like this one.. Neat!!!!
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One bead at a time
::ianmacappin
02/16/06 8:07 PM GMT
As always, stunning colours and design. I like how it has a kinda symmetry going on.It has a very live feel to it to. Fantastic job mate.
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Don`t cover yourself in petrol and smoke.
.nmsmith
02/16/06 10:46 PM GMT
Looks like a 3d drawing of the veins and arteries in the chest cavity. :)
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::sharsimagination
02/17/06 12:34 AM GMT
Very well done a network of veins in techicolor. Wonderful work
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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious" --Albert Einstein
.cecefleur
02/17/06 11:15 PM GMT
Beautiful use of color and overall design. A lovely picture. The shapes remind me of thorns. Excellent work.
cecefleur
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We choose our joys and our sorrows long before we experience them. Kahlil Gibran
.ladyhawk53
02/20/06 11:22 AM GMT
This one is really cool! It reminds me of veins and arteries in the body. Viewing it full screen makes it look even better. Great job!
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.animaniactoo
02/20/06 10:14 PM GMT
lol. I'm so glad i'm not the only one who saw this and started thinking biology… although I went towards the lungs and the bronchioli. Nice job Larry.
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One man sees things and says "why?", but I dream things that never were and say "why not?"
::cinny7
02/22/06 5:47 PM GMT
This is awesome! Love the colors you used and the design does look like tendrils...or tiny little red hands wanting to grab something...lol! Awesome and top vote!
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In this is love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the atoning sacrifice for our sins. 1 John 4:10

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