posted on Oct, 10 2006 @ 07:36 PM
I like these kind of pictures, the more you look at it, the more you see.
Like the lines connecting the 3 spheres/hexadecahedronwhatevers, are slightly shaded to imply depth, so the 3 are actually connecting to a 4th sphere
behind the "nucleus", because the 3 lines don't actually touch the nucleus
Also there is a six-sided snowflake in the nucleus (amongst numerous other things), but I noticed when I'm cutting spherical shaped vegetables and
fruit, the bottom when sliced off, often have a hexagonal pattern. I think similar hexagonal patterns can be found at the poles of the gas-giant
planets.. but I'm not 100% sure. Seems to be a very popular theme in our natural world.
I can see some relating themselves as a special snowflake, and that the nucleus represents our individual world, in that we are shrouded in darkness
of ignorance, but the heavenly aura beyond it is just beyond our comprehension.. or something. As an artist its fun the try and figure out the
meanings of complex imagery.
There's alot goin on in this pic..