Or, Upon Strange Shores
Goldenhour at Newbiggin beach, Northumberland. The term fractus is Latin for fractured.
Thank-you for the comment, it's appreciated.
It's not likely that I will make wallpapers; it's not something I have ever done before. If I do, though, I'll let you know.
It's number symbolism, of sorts. A clue for each is left in the Artist's Comments of each piece, but it's more of an extra dimension of interest than the conceptual entirety of the images: it started out as a purely aesthetic decision, to further remove the scenes from the mundane and to introduce a sense of the unknown throughout.
Heh; I'm glad that translates across. Many thanks for taking the time to look through my work.
Thank-you kindly. I was going for an otherworldly sense of the unknown and subsequent discovery so I am glad it translates across, in some manner or another.
Thank-you for your observations; I'm glad you like it.
Yes indeed; a certain sense of departure or destruction; of knowledge lost and found. Thank-you for your thoughts, I appreciate it.
Many thanks! I'm quite surprised at how well these have been received, actually.