Surface Detail

Surface Detail is a hauntingly beautiful evolving fractal landscape, created by subBlue. It’s very embryonic in nature, and I see cells dividing when I look at it, especially at the start. Further on, I see cocoons, insects swarming, brains, islands, water, sand, mountains, glaciers, beehives, and a myriad of other details. I prefer the zoomed out overall view, but the close ups are pretty neat too.

What do you see when you look at it? Onwards!

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