apologies for the birdsite crossover tootage but I found this from archillect a bit mesmerizing https://twitter.com/archillect/status/1146493878859718658 and is an actual photo, a nature shot called Pulse of Time https://www.flickr.com/photos/broot/25434045577/
a reminder that nature is generative.
title borrowed from Kula Shaker's Raagy One
the Black Ink software which I use for doodling is on sale for a few days. I highly recommend trying the demo on steam before buying if interested, especially to make sure graphics card can run it adequately. someone/anyone who actually knows how to draw could surely do better with it than i..but it's fun to play around with either way.
apologies for the dailymail link too, but on the subject of books worth picking up I'm often recommending this one: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3792036/Do-trees-brains.html
".. that darkness might be a medium of vision, and that descent may be a movement toward revelation rather than deprivation.”
much of what the nytimes publishes tends to be trash, but a rare piece worth sharing: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/07/books/review/robert-macfarlane-underland.html
and the #fractal render it started out as, heavily post processed
the texture used is from https://www.deviantart.com/ravenorlov
an exercise of recursivity, on the outskirts of the anthropocene
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