Here are examples of the micro-compositions I mentioned in my last post. This piece is taken from a larger piece, and then the two detail sections were taken from that. I love the idea of “infinite detail,” like what you can get with fractal algorithms. Unfortunately, fractals tend to be a little too “same” as you zoom in, and can get boring pretty quickly. And photos don’t often have enough resolution to support multiple levels of detail. My pieces are created at very high resolutions so that they support at least two levels of viewing: a macro composition, and then a number of micro-compositions that hopefully have some unique merit on their own. The applied textures may be a third level.