Fractal Balloons ll on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Imported my fractals into the VR world of SL. Each fractal was placed on a ballon as a texture.
 Then I positioned each ballon in the sky; lighting and environment adjusted from inside SL prior to shooting photo.
#SL#art#fractals

Fractal Balloons ll on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Imported my fractals into the VR world of SL. Each fractal was placed on a ballon as a texture.
Then I positioned each ballon in the sky; lighting and environment adjusted from inside SL prior to shooting photo.
#SL#art#fractals

Crested Duck on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Photo taken with Samsung Galaxy S4, @Lake San Marcos
*** The domestic Crested Duck is a duck breed descended from the Mallard. It has its appearance because it is heterozygous for a genetic mutation causing a deformity of the skull. As a result, when a pair of crested ducks breed, the young sort out in the usual 1-2-1 ratio:-
25% are homozygous for the normal allele of this gene and so have no crest and if bred together their offspring will never have a crest.
50% are heterozygous for this gene and hatch with a crest of varying sizes.
25% are homozygous for the crested allele of this gene and die from exposed brain without hatching, as it is lethal in homozygous form.
If a crested duck and a non-crested duck breed together, the resulting ducklings would be expected to be 50% crested and 50% non-crested. *** en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crested_duck_(breed)

Crested Duck on Flickr.

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Photo taken with Samsung Galaxy S4, @Lake San Marcos

*** The domestic Crested Duck is a duck breed descended from the Mallard. It has its appearance because it is heterozygous for a genetic mutation causing a deformity of the skull. As a result, when a pair of crested ducks breed, the young sort out in the usual 1-2-1 ratio:-

25% are homozygous for the normal allele of this gene and so have no crest and if bred together their offspring will never have a crest.
50% are heterozygous for this gene and hatch with a crest of varying sizes.
25% are homozygous for the crested allele of this gene and die from exposed brain without hatching, as it is lethal in homozygous form.
If a crested duck and a non-crested duck breed together, the resulting ducklings would be expected to be 50% crested and 50% non-crested. *** en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crested_duck_(breed)