I took the Rusty Chain macro I took some time ago and databended it. I created nine different image files for each cut/paste/edit of the image’s code to show the effects of each step of data bending. Its cool stuff, almost desktop material.
So, some years ago, I took this photograph with a crappy little Canon point & shoot (which is coincidentally, still the camera I use now). I noticed a cool texture on a rusty chain by the Golden Gate Bridge and decided to shoot a macro of it. Uploaded it to Wikipedia and didn’t realize how cool it was until it was shortly thereafter made a featured picture for being one of the best on the site. It made the front page today, which is pretty exciting.