The closer you look into things...the more you'll see. I have found this particularly true in nature on bark and leaves. When you view them from a distance, you see one level of patterns and textures. The more you focus in, the more details within the patterns become visible. If you want to get crazy and bust out the microscope, then that's a whole different ball-game. I didn't quite feel the urge to work microscopically on this one, but I was thinking a lot about depth and layers.
Super high quality prints on heavy 12pt card stock. These cards have been coated with a glossy UV coating for maximum vibrancy! These measure 5x7...View full product details
When our son Robin first arrived in our lives, we nicknamed him, “The Rooster” Due to the fact that very early each morning, he would...View full product details
Welcome to the 3rd dimension. The animated GIF file attempts to simulate the 3D effect, but you really have to see these in person to...View full product details
It is with great excitement that I present my first book! Who knew it would be written for 1 - 2 year olds:) My life in...View full product details
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