Don't Look Down

Fractal Abstract posted on Mar 10, 2016
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MB3d I did this last year and never posted it. thanks for looking and for leaving any comment, I appreciate it!

Comments (21)


Faemike55 6:39PM | Thu, 10 March 2016

I like this one! very cool


MagikUnicorn 7:00PM | Thu, 10 March 2016


eekdog 7:03PM | Thu, 10 March 2016

I like how electronic it looks, Barb. Like a inside of a mass computer.


LivingPixels 7:22PM | Thu, 10 March 2016

Superb piece of beautiful fractal! Stunning Barb I love it!!


Richardphotos Online Now! 8:30PM | Thu, 10 March 2016

superb MB3D


HADCANCER 4:29AM | Fri, 11 March 2016

Reminded me of a scene form the anime Bleach where character in in a building world


farmerC 9:01AM | Fri, 11 March 2016

Exellent done.


UteBigSmile 2:18PM | Fri, 11 March 2016


npauling 3:56PM | Fri, 11 March 2016

It is a long way down. Super work for this fractal. ☺


DennisReed 4:13PM | Fri, 11 March 2016



claude19 6:33PM | Fri, 11 March 2016

one imagines the very top of a building, a look at the courtyard !!!


giulband 2:47AM | Sat, 12 March 2016

Superlative fractal creation !!!


soffy 7:28AM | Sat, 12 March 2016

Amazing view and work,wonderfully done ****


sandra46 12:07PM | Sat, 12 March 2016



JMichaelPiper 3:13PM | Sat, 12 March 2016

Hi Barbara! Been awhile since we chatted! Hope all is well with you...I see the site changed in dramatic ways! All of a sudden a couple weeks ago I started getting emails from Rendo and thought that was strange, then I saw your name that you uploaded a picture so I thought I'd check it out! Glad to see you still doing it. I have turned to a different style of creation...I've been creating artistic animated music video. I have taken some of my still images that you even seen just a simple still work of my art, then I animate it. Then I create, produce, compose, record and engineer and mix a new instrumental song, no singing, and apply it to the background of the animated art, thus then creating a music video from it...there's no where I can submit it here that I can see...anyway, blah blah blah, lol Good to see you still here and creating! Hope to hear back from you soon, take care Barb!

John Michael Piper :D


flavia49 6:16PM | Sun, 13 March 2016

fabulous image


Wolfenshire Online Now! 2:03AM | Tue, 15 March 2016

Wonderful artistic work, absolutely cool.


ia-du-lin 12:38PM | Fri, 18 March 2016

nice architecture, great depth


Radar_rad-dude 9:09PM | Thu, 24 March 2016

A most excellent fractal! Wonderful designs, colors and lighting! Excellent image! Bravo!


anahata.c 11:38PM | Thu, 24 March 2016

In my absence, I missed commenting on this, but I'm rectifying that right now. First, I hope your health has improved, and that your life is treating you well. It's always a treat when you come back here, even for a single upload and a few comments. (Your comments are a treat as well---for all of us, not just for me.) Second, I love this piece...I want to comment on it as a photograph, because your angle and "crop" is very photographic. It's like an architectural shot, where you cut off the view at bottom, to bring out the real drama in the lines and perspectives. I love how it's cut off in the middle of the lowest layer (ie, we don't see the full "landing" down there, just part of it), and how your angle brings out the 'vertigo' of the pov. Very photographic. As for the design---the fractal-y part of it---it's a wonderful use of grid and locked-in parts, of (I can't remember the word! a senior moment)---cellular? That's not exactly it, but it's made of parts that all lock together, and you made a big looming look-down a chute, or down the courtyard of a high rise, where the actual courtyard is too far down to be visible. And the light and shade are dramatic too. Wonderful "look down," very intricately done, and cropped just right for a sense of drama. I love this.


jenay 4:14PM | Sat, 09 April 2016

love it !!!

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