My PC updated to Windows 10, and it seemed to go flawlessly until trying to run the scripts to setup this image. Permissions were easy to fix, but an unused mysterious missing font turned out to be the thorn in the watermarking script.
Due to bad weather I had to rush out a day early for a week long trip, catching a ferry instead of a plane. This image was supposed to be online before I left, and it got left behind. But I'm back now, and have it uploaded.
A still life arrangement of Poppies, I expected this to render without the difficulty of some of my more complex images, but it turns out the hairy stems using complex displacement maps to create the hair, never rendered he way the preview versions did.
A background your computer would choose. Humans use a 10 base, or 'decimal,' number system derived from our earliest counting devices, our fingers. Computers use 2 base, or 'binary' because they count with a series of switches: on or off.