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We have been witnesses to one of our world’s most amazing happenings. A jet disappearing without a trace for over two weeks. I will be very surprised if what they think is parts from the plane, but like everyone else we hope we have an answer to what happened. They cycle must be completed so the families can have closure to move on with their lives. Without the loved ones they lost. My heart goes out to them in this frustrating story. It seems with all the technology we have, there are still gaping holes in finding one good sized jet. Then again, maybe we need to develop more technology to prevent this from happening again. :o)

Created in Ultra Fractal 5.04 with final wok in Photoshop CC.

deviant art: bpclarke

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fractal, abstract, dreams, illusions, fantasy

I try to create images that will touch your heart or soul and make them go “twang”. Eye candy for the soul is my goal. :o)

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  • Sherri     Nicholas
    Sherri Nic...5 months ago

    Now this is really different and I sure do like it..Bunny why don’t you do a hullabaloo
    you have such super images..
    sherri

  • Thank you Sherri. I sent you a bubblemail. Hugs. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castro5 months ago

    Fantastic and creative work!!! My fav. Bunny.

  • Thank you so much Heloisa. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Shulie1
    Shulie15 months ago

    Fantastic work, Bunny

  • Thank you hon. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clark5 months ago
    We can make a cell phone call around the world and we’re looking for a black box which stops bleeping after one month!!! Cars GPS systems call 911 after their drivers have had an accident. Airplanes computer systems are in need of some serious updating I think!!! Great Work Bunny!!!!!!
  • LOL! I hear you on that. I am constantly amazed with what we don’t know versus what we think we know. :o) Thank you.

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Georgia Mizuleva
    Georgia Mizuleva5 months ago

    Splendid image.

  • Thank you so much. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • lacitrouille
    lacitrouille5 months ago

    Indeed they do there… How striking it is. And I love a mystery that stays a mystery. :)

  • Thank you sweetie. I’m glad you liked this. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • vigor
    vigor5 months ago

    I love this Bunny, very nicely composed.

  • Thank you so much my friend. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Richard Maier
    Richard Maier5 months ago

    Back in 1991 or ‘92, I checked out Benoit Mandelbrot’s “The Fractal Geometry of Nature” from my college’s library. By today’s standards, the stark black & white fractal illustrations included were terribly simple, but they blew my mind wide open at the time. This work, while more complicated than those first fractals, reminds me of them strongly. Great job Bunny!

  • Thank you very much Richard. I didn’t really get into fractals until around 2003. I became in an alternate math form at that time. I had always worked with statistics, so fractals were a find for me. And they occurred in nature too. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

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