Yggdrasil Picture

As I was browsing through the vector art, a term occured to me, namely Vector-Impressionism. Haha! I've coined an artform! (I don't know, but if I did, it would be neat). Anyway, this is a representation of Yggdrasil, the World Tree. In the Christian Bible it's referred to as the Tree of Life (vs. the Tree of Knowledge from which Eve took the Apple). The name Yggdrasil comes from Norse mythology. Its trunk is the axis of the world, its branches are the realms of heaven and its roots are the realms of the underworld (hence the little glowy things). At its base spring 3 wells...the well of wisdom, and I frankly forget the other two. If somebody else remembers offhand, leave a comment
I just wanted to see if you could do something with the word "vector impressionism". *edit* On a note, the background doesn't actually look quite right at this resolution. If you look at the download version in fullsize you can see it)

DO NOT USE FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN LOOKING AT WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. It may look relatively simple, but I spent a good while fiddling with it.
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