The cherry trees caress the trucks that are coming home. The sun is setting slowly, and her orange-red rays dragging out the shadows of the trees, like gum on the hands of a laughing child on a dreamy summer evening.
Gronko, the fire golem, one of the three mythical creatures, that had created Raylas world once upon a time, disappeared behind the horizon. He had just brought a magical sun, that brought a line of sunflowers to life. Rayla had
I love Mandelbrot Sets. They are cute, they are cool, and they are classic Fractal Math Art. Fun Fact: In Germany, they are called Apfelmännchen. What a fantastic word is that? This post about the Mandelbrot Set is still one
Rayla watched Realdor the rainbow dragon disappear in the distance, leaving nothing but wet soil and colorful rainbows covering the country. She smiled. If this was a dream, she wanted to stay in it and never wake up. The sun
Rayla had only heard tales about the visits of Realdor, the rainbow dragon. I mean, every child that grew up in the last few hundred years had only heard old, foreign stories of long-gone times, when the rainbow dragon flew
A snapshot: Children are laughing with skates on their feet, while they glide over the big white, a young couple kisses, the boy slips and falls down. She helps him, and they both laugh, and their eyes intertwine in blue.
Once upon a time, there were two twin-worlds, floating through a universe, only made out of red and yellow. If you stood on the brink of a world, you could watch the other world, seemingly small in the distance. There
Fractals, mandalas, endless rabbit holes you just keep falling and falling further into. These things have fascinated humans for an incredibly long time. The amount of time you can spend, just staring and noticing, is equal to the possibilities, these