Sacré-Coeur in the snow, Paris. Where I live looks JUST like this, minus the cobblestones, streetlamps, giant wedding-cake church, impeccable landscaping, 2,000-year infusion of civilization, and je ne sais quoi romance. We have snow.
"If we are to have a culture as resilient and competent in the face of necessity as it needs to be, then it must somehow involve within itself a ceremonious generosity toward the wilderness of natural force and instinct. The farm must yield a place to the forest, not as a wood lot, or even as a necessary agricultural principle but as a sacred grove - a place where the Creation is let alone, to serve as instruction, example, refuge; a place for people to go . . . to let themselves alone. WB
A natural lesson in fractals | A1 Pictures Fractal Digital Art Fractals Abstract See my Digital Art Board for similar art and what some would term as fractal art, though it doesn't meet the criteria of being a true fractal, repeating the image on different scales.