I thought I was done with fractal trees when a friend sent me this basic tree structure and invited me to work with it. While "tweaking" others' images is common among fractal enthusiasts, I rarely participate because it's almost impossible for me to alter someone else's work without imposing my style upon it and I would not presume that my changes are improvements over the original artist's vision for his work. In this case, though, that is exactly what my friend desired when he sent me the parameters – to see his image through my artistic eyes. In the end, my process was not so much to add to the original as it was to subtly take pieces away. Raskh is the Persian word for "the transmigration of the human soul into a plant or tree."