Mating time underwater

Fractal Fantasy posted on Jan 23, 2022
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Ranging flower animals and other living beings in the coral reef spread their sperm. This is an Apophysis fractal that I've edited, and changed with a style in DDG. Thank you very much for your look.

Comments (11)


arthez 11:46PM | Sun, 23 January 2022

wonderful pic, such a beauty on a cold monday morning... this could be a perfect week!

dochtersions 12:00PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

Thank you very much, arthez.


A_Sunbeam 1:48AM | Mon, 24 January 2022


dochtersions 12:00PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

Thank you very much, Shaun.


beachsidelegs 12:06PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

Beautiful :)


kepp 1:05PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

superb piece


jclP 1:19PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

Very nice fract


CoolDimension Online Now! 7:51PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

Amazing work!


rocdan 10:50PM | Mon, 24 January 2022

excellent beautiful work


Koala44 6:30AM | Tue, 25 January 2022

Splendid work, bravo


VDH 8:21AM | Tue, 25 January 2022

Een heel mooie en originele creatie ! Mies ik bewonder het resultaat van jouw fantasy !!


DreamersWish 6:25PM | Sun, 30 January 2022

I know it is a flame fractal, but with the DDG program it looks like it is painted. Gorgeous colors and texture!


anahata.c 2:24AM | Wed, 09 February 2022

Your fractal forms, here, really do look like sperm seeking their egg. And the light in that section makes it even more like a center of activity. Also, you have blues and golds here---they alternate between each other. They impart a strong 'underwater' feeling. (Because the light alternates between blues and golds, the way water would alternate in real life.) This feels like an intimate glimpse into a very private world.....but your light makes it bold and 'public'. And your swirls and organic forms (with some help from DDG), REALLY makes this organic. Another beautiful organic fractal from you, Jacomina. (And everytime I see "DDG," I think of "DGG"---the famous german recording company! I expect a set of the complete bach cantatas, or the complete wohltemperiertes Klavier (or Beethoven Sonatas)...I can't get that out of my head, lol.

Thank you for your wonderful comments, Jacomina. I'm glad my crazy upload on my back-pain made you smile. I appreciate the time you put into my gallery, whenever you're able. (And I fully understand that you're not able to do that very often.) And when I go crazy in my art, or get very intense (like I did for that Faemike image), you know that I'll always get 'normal' in the next upload. Or less crazy. Thank you for all you've written, I appreciate it greatly. It's always a treat.

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