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Thread: Three Quarks for Muster Mark

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    Three Quarks for Muster Mark

    Hi Gang: The thing is 3000 X 9000 pixels so impossible to view correctly at this size. Blow up full screen and view at a small distance will help a little. Comments welcome.
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    More than wonderful

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    You've been collaborating with the disembodied, Escher, ain't ya. . .

    Wouldn't it have been funny if Escher was trying his hardest to do cubism, only he started tripping out on fooling with people's sense of perception. . . And that was where his mind took him. And here I see you going somewhere else again.

    This is like the mirror maze of perspectives, with different points of view being revealed depending upon which floor I am standing. It is analogous to hearing multiple arguments over which reality paradigm should be enforced.
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    Certain comments are anthological. Especially when it reminds us (the reader) of an accurate observation. Byron, that is it, fantastic image and, indeed, is how your art is evolving.

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    Suha, thanks so much.

    D' Akey, you may be right, it could have happened just that way. Even if it didn't I think I shall borrow your brilliant conjecture. And your brilliant interpretation in the final is most appreciated and stolen for sure.

    Lima - again and again thanks and thanks. Your observations and input always lift me up.

    Thanks again all.
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    I feel that if I stepped onto each layer gently I would eventually and up in the Land of Oz, this is wonderful Byron
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Brilliant design and use of value in this one Byron. The dark gray horizontal platform gives the eye stability and anchor to a dynamically ever changing world of color. Brilliant is definitely my word for this one Byron!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Eddie, Katie, Sandy, thanks for the encouraging words and your enthusiastic observations. Much much appreciated.
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    This is another Marvelous Composition. Assymmetrical, yet balanced. Full of amazing colors and shapes.
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