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Just one rinckle in time and space.... destruction!THE EVENTS HORIZONSilver wing
THE EVENTS HORIZON
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Description: To celebrate the 10 years of fractal forums.com:s yearly competitions I decided to make a Spherical 360° panorama of a tweak of my own work ”Hiroshima”. (you can see the original artwork included in this image)
This is a beautiful scenery I wish mankind never will see again, a moment of no return…

Check out the 360° Spherical Panorama:
>>> https://theta360.com/s/pwXG0AVn5JxMSoRcvsA74zHw8 <<<


Blend of panoramic render from Mandelbulb 3D and my own Ricoh Theta S photo of the sky.


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Keywords: 360° Spherical Panorama hiroshima fractal 
Posted by: KRAFTWERK June 29, 2017, 03:58:34 PM

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