I used to live in Northern California while getting my master’s at Stanford University and also worked full time. I lived there for 5 years. The place was in San Mateo, which is about a one-hour or so drive from Half Moon Bay. I seldom had the time to drive there but I did drive part of the way quite often. The view is aw inspiring!
First you see these amazing waves of thick ocean layer curling around the mountains as if to dress it in a veil giving it a huge hug. Whatever your imagination may be, mine was of a big squeeze of love. There was also a lake as you passed and I remember driving there many times to look back east to see the pink and clue setting skies opposite of the sun settling on the west. In this painting you see me looking toward the west. You see the mountains where the ocean layer gets stuck, beyond which is Half Moon Bay and its gorgeous beach by the Pacific Ocean. But to me to most exciting part of heading toward half Moon Bay was to go when the mountain was hugged by a big layer of white fluff. So here is my memory of that white stuff painted on my iPad using the Inspire Pro app and a precision stylus.
Mountains by Half Moon Bay are hugged by white fluff of ocean layer in the Bay area.
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Have you seen fractals lately? Most people think of fractals as repeating patterns after Mandelbrot but they need not appear so even if on a large scale–if you see the whole piece–they are like that. Here is a fractal art I just created that took my computer an entire night to crunch out with mathematics that looks nothing like a fractal.
My only addition to this fractal was is adding the background color since the fractal itself is programmed to be generated on transparent background. Enjoy math!!!