September 8, 2005

Unfolding

8 comments:

Twyla said...

Oh, I like this one. It seems to speak to me of a new life emerging. Why is it that these fractal thingys often seem to slip below the surface and suggest some mystery?tarbfv

Meredith said...

Twy,
I saw the same thing, new life as in a bud, just ready to open. This bud is unabashedly glowing, a celebration of a wondrous life.

As to your question, I don't know the technical mathmatical answer, but from a spiritual perspective, mystery always draws us below the surface, yes?

Twyla said...

I thought of you this morning when I read this: "The spaciousness of the heart can hold the suffering of the world" -- Ezra Bayda in Where God Happens

david said...

Gotta love fractals.

The fractal generators out there must be getting pretty sophisticated to produce these things. I downloaded one a few years ago to play with -- but nothing like this.

gratefulbear said...

This fractal looks to me like an outstretched hand, perhaps the hand of love that energizes our universe...

Meredith said...

I see that too, Darrell. These fractal images almost always speak to me of grace and mystery, of magic and energy.

isaiah said...

These wonderful images tickle my eyes and hold so many worlds within another. In this image I see a scale that has measured from smallest to largest making a complete revolution in the process. The balance point or center is a wolrd ever changing yet changeless.

Mark Walter said...

Gorgeous art, Meredith. What a wonderful way of expressing our selves! Consider me a fan.