I used Fractal Explorer, Adobe Photoshop and Bryce creative software to design this abstract terrain. Essentially, a fractal design was created, selected, and then formatted and desaturated in Photoshop. Copied, it was then pasted into Bryce, where elevations were extruded, materials applied, as was a sky, and also both the tree trunk and leaves. Finishing work back in Photoshop completed the design. Now, it’s available in these shops:
This black and white photograph highlights an extensive system of tree roots. Located along a hiking trail in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, it’s available on prints in my gallery at Pixels.
I shot this macro photograph of red berries along the Eagle Falls Trail, in Kentucky. See more – many different print types are available for your home, office, cafeteria or lobby. Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this vintage still life nature photography in autumn of a pine cone balanced on the end of a log. Please visit my gallery at Pixels for more. Thanks!
Under the canopy along a trail in the Smoky Mountains, it sometimes seems like I’m in a rainforest! Enjoy this landscape photograph on a print in your home!
I shot this photograph while hiking at the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, near Beersheba, Tennessee. This was the third scenic overlook located along the trail to the Stone Door.
This photograph highlights the perspective that a squirrel might have in preparing to climb a very, very tall tree. Fortunately for the squirrel, the roughed bark on this tree would be easy to grip for a safe ascent. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!