There is just too much to say for 100 words! The little details that would normally be overlooked are captivating to no end. The colors are magnificent and look like what you would find on a normal church or cathedral wall. The off-center aspect follows what photographers like to call the "Rule Of Thirds". As basically as it gets, anything looks better on one of the third lines than in the center. And I must say, my eye is attracted from the green portion in the lower right hand corner to the pink-ish part just above it, to the center. This is an amazing piece of fractal art and is definitely worth taking extra time to look at all of the intense details. Excellent.
How about if pay you? Honestly, I would like to use four of your pieces for background images for about month and a half. After that I swap them out with something else. You have a great style. Please share it with me.
Have to agree with what "Mythos" (down, below) has already said - the details are captivating to no end!! (I feel as if I just died and went to Heaven, when I saw this!)
I'm drawn to the center of this, for some reason...It reminds me of a "tunnel" - much like the ones described in near-death experiences. (The "rainbow" ones are usually experienced by children during their near-death experiences.)
Here is a link that describes what I'm talking about above ---> [link]
(Hope you don't find this too odd! LOL! I actually *STUDY* this kind of stuff - so I found it amazing that there seemed to be "similarites" in this artwork and what I've read about before!)