Wow...I can't believe I am going to attempt to critique Xyrus...I am still a newb, but here goes. I found this piece immediately pleasing to the eye with the differing hues of greens and slight blue-green. I am captivated by the inclusion of the poem describing his personal relationship to the piece. The drawing of the eye to the light-glow portion at the bottom underscores the idea of falling leaves. Though the fractal uses (very skillfully) the green gradient, freezing the moment in time, the idea of non-permanence remains in the very nature of the viewpoint.
Of course Xyrus demonstrates a thorough knowledge in the creating of fractals, and his works are beautiful I especially love this one because it involves me emotionally, not just visually.
Hello all. I am grateful for this beautiful lady review for this work. Indeed, this fractal is very elaborate in its construction. The details are striking. Some effects of blur on the sides of fractals, which are frankly very aesthetic. Very well built, with a dominance of white with the central point, which attracts the eye. Scales, "3/4" "1/4", are not a rule of construction in this fractal, which gives it a little more strength and support in our eyes. The base looks very solid, with a break-up of forms.