Fractals in the Sky

Fractals

Fractals in the Sky

Fractals in the Sky is the new name for this picture. I shot this picture one evening in Bangalore. We were at a clothing boutique where I had nothing much to do after a quick round, as I rarely do any shopping in expensive boutiques. From the main entrance to the store, I noticed this magnificent tree with its branches spread wide and making their mark under the evening sky. Twilight was setting in. The sun was fading away. I walked across to be under this tree. I looked up and this is what I saw. The expanse of the branches of this tree was large. They looked beautiful, mystical and somewhat scary. Scary because they appeared almost like tentacles of an octopus.

The present title for this print was not the original title. The original title was “Tentacles in the Sky”.After several people saw this picture, there was a response especially from the community of scientists and science educators that this picture reminds them of fractals. It was then that I decided to rename this picture to Fractals in the Sky.

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Milind Vishwas Sathe

Milind Vishwas Sathe is the founder of Art India Foundation, a non profit organisation, which runs "Khula Aasmaan" as its flagship project. Khula Aasmaan is a platform for creative expression by children. Khula Aasmaan is free. Milind also runs Indiaart Gallery, the art portal www.indiaart.com and New Media Ventures which is a consulting firm in the area of digital strategy. He is an avid photographer and a blogger. His active interests include travel, photography, cycling, history, media and social transformation projects. View all posts by Milind Vishwas Sathe

2 thoughts on “Fractals in the Sky”

    1. Milind Vishwas Sathe – Pune, Maharashtra, India – Interested in art, education, science, children, travel, photography, history. Founder of https://www.indiaart.com, Art India Foundation, Khula Aasmaan (खुला आसमान).
      Milind Vishwas Sathe says:

      I shoot several themes. Anything where I feel that the visual has a story. Thank you for your appreciation.

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