Bryce Surrealism posted on Nov 28, 2022
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This was a made by projecting a photo of flooding on Derwent Water in the UK Lake district onto a sphere with a star field sky. ------------------------------------------ Photo: 03 Feb 2004 Original Render: 18 Nov 2022 Created with Bryce 7

Comments (3)


BryceHoro 11:23AM | Mon, 28 November 2022

Nice idea, well done - the flooding, however, is less nice.

Staticon Online Now! 2:57AM | Tue, 29 November 2022

Flooding is common in the lakes - no buildings constructed on flood-plain. It is mostly agricultural land for grazing sheep and cows but they are moved to higher ground in the winter months. :-)


Richardphotos 8:24AM | Tue, 29 November 2022

great idea for your composition and floods are no fun. My mother's home was on the highest part of the lot and many times 3/4 was covered in flood water and always some water moccasins would stay. we had a small dog that would alert us if he saw a snake. he would keep his distance until usually me would go out and kill the snake. while I was in college, my mother seen one in her cabinet. she called a neighbor over with a gun and he killed it. they are very poisonous.

a friend and myself would go camping above a small creek. there was a small island and we would get worms there for bait. when I went back to the rock that I was fishing from, there was a small water moccasin just where I was sitting

a block away the water would be about 10 feet deep. the yard would be about 12 inches


artice 3:19AM | Wed, 07 December 2022

Love the orb in this drama. Excellent theme.

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