Once Thought Benign...
"... and my senses were dulled from the heat of the jungle. The colors I knew would have at any other time jumped out at me -- fairly tantalizing me into touching them, had receded and dulled, deceptively seeming to slumber, as I knew I would soon.
"From my research I knew the jungle always re-claims its own: it lulls its victims, who at first feel an indescribably blissful falling away of the burdens of their existence, into an opium-like slumber. By then, any half-hearted attempts to break out of that blissful state to save themselves is for naught: they couldn't move if they wanted to. And they didn't.
"The plants, once thought benign, have now proven to be sentient -- and calculating."
fractal created using Vchira fractal generator, programmed by Stephen Ferguson
Original fractal heavily post-processed.
All images and text within this site copyright © T.C. Design - Eye on Design, 1998 - 2002. All rights reserved.