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Fractals of the Week: Federal Bollocks Edition

G’day…such as that is for many of us. Well, with the shutdown of the federal government here in the States, and the conclusion of the online course I’d been attending last month, I thought that this morning would be a perfect time to post a few images I’d been fooling with via editing software, images that have been given new life in very strange ways, perhaps even…eldritch ways?

Things have gone relatively well in the past month, and drivenness accompanied by periods of satisfaction has proven easier to manage, and more desirable than that most elusive and unwanted of beasts, True Peace of Mind™ which seems not only a chimera, but as a hindrance to the long term quality of life, and toxic to attainment of objectives, those to me best done in the short-term to be supplanted by new goals once the previous are attained…ad infinitum though life itself be finite but precious.

With the extra free time I’ll be working on ideas for the fractal tutorial I’ve wanted to work on for a while, and poke around on peeps’ online presences like I should, and that includes you, Mr. Trommater — It’s been a while, a bit too long — and others I tend to interact with mostly via email.

So, anywho, here are the this week’s images, in all their gruesomositude…

Glimmerings
Glimmerings
Red to the Core
Red to the Core
A Glint of Pods
A Glint of Pods
Carrasque
Carrasque
City Nights
City Nights

All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author,created by

way of XaoS, Mandelbulber, Fractal Domains, or Ultra Fractal and are copyright 2013 by Troy Loy.

By Troythulu

If I must choose a label, I'm a student. That'll do.

3 replies on “Fractals of the Week: Federal Bollocks Edition”

Perhaps we’ll look back on this time and call your collection – Troythulu’s “not blue” period. 🙂 Ah, it works on many levels.

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It would be good not to be blue. Then again, a little melancholy makes life interesting, as long as it’s also balanced by times of levity.

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