There are 62 images tagged with “green”.
“Her clothing is silk and purple.…”
- Proverbs 31:22
This picture is from the XaoS fractal zooming program. It has several sets of fractals that the user can zoom in on at any point, as well as change the color scheme.
October 5, 2015
“Eastward the Barrow-downs rose, ridge behind ridge, and vanished out of eyesight. The sun, a pale and watery yellow, was gleaming through the mist. Even as they looked out towards the setting sun, it sank before their eyes into a white sea, and a cold grey shadow sprang up in the East.”
- The Lord of the Rings, Book I, Chapter 8
I created this with Terragen 3D landscape generation software.
October 2, 2015
I had designed these golden bells for an invitation, and then wanted to make more use of them, so I added the wreath and striped ribbons to make a Christmas desktop design.
September 28, 2015
This fractal created in Apophysis turned out looking like some very brightly-colored coral. I added the gold framing and gem in Paint Shop Pro.
September 21, 2015
An attempt to illustrate Infinity. From atoms to galaxies (actually fractals, but they can pass for galaxies), plus some circles and rings. The fractals were made in Apophysis, the rest I made and put together in Paint Shop Pro.
September 15, 2015
This was the result of playing with golden spirals. And the dark greens and blues, plus a little hint of purple, look like something under deep waters.
September 14, 2015
This image was made in Terragen. The castle and moat had to be shaped out of the landscape since adding other objects wasn't an option. I thought it turned out pretty believable considering the limitations of the software.
September 8, 2015
I used Terragen for this mountain-scape. No plants or other objects, but I was able to use the terrain coloring to suggest vegetation and rocks. It makes me think of Yosemite National Park. All three mountains bear some resemblance to the Half Dome there.
August 13, 2015
I found these wildflowers blooming beside my doorstep several years ago. A bit of research showed that they were Violet Wood Sorrel. Because of the clover-like leaves it is sometimes considered to be the traditional Irish shamrock. There are several patches of them in my yard now, and I enjoy seeing them bloom every spring.
August 4, 2015