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You would think an image with all one color/material would be easier. But I apparently can't let it be easy. It did however end up like I originally envisioned.
Turns out it's fairly difficult to get a Triceratops to look like it's smiling. Thanks to Lauren on Facebook for helping name the image!
There is something about this fractal I really like. Note the little flower shape is the whole fractal repeating itself on it's side. It repeats like that infinitely.
Silly penguins, if that's the sun setting on your right, that's not south.
Is it a scary warning to stay away, or someone with a very bizarre garden?
At first you may mistake this for a photograph. So I am mentioning it here, so I don't repeat where magazines license the image, then change their mind when they realize it's not.
Based on many stories of lights hovering in the woods. Personally, when I need to go behind a tree, I turn off my headlights.
Viking ships could sail up rivers reaching hundreds of miles inland.
Keep an eye out for unlicensed use of this image, it will probably be pirated a lot. (Ironic, huh?)
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