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This might have been posted already in the last week or so, not sureI was playing around with the plain old Mandelbrot set, just randomly going places, zooming and stuff. Some very interesting images came out, although you might have probably seen something similar elsewere, hence the name “classic” (another good name would be “obvious”….) as usual, these images have a trillion more places to explore, and that’s the fun of fractals but let’s just stay with this single one. There are some odd artifacts from another layer that would be a bit bothersome to be removed (15 masks just for that? no thanks!), and they aren’t really distracting from the overall thing, so let them there.

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As fast as possible

This is a very recent one. Minimalist. Lovely. Spiral, yes. Who cares? Its name isn’t related to its making.

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a new series of naming images….

It’s hard to find names for images that aren’t too obvious to have a name, so these are following some name convention as year-image#. Call it anything you want. Some can be called flower, whatever. Some are really pretty. Some aren’t.

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Fractal Gallery 37

Descriptions on the images will be added later. It has way more images than planned, it will be fixed soon. Also there are some huge images this time. Whatever. One of these images has a cheating, I had to fix its contrast in Photoshop.

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Happy birthday, John!

A day late, but happy 70th birthday. I wonder how things could have been gone musically if these 4 still had time and the chance to put aside their differences and at least for one more time bring us back to the time when music and rock’n’roll used to be fun. Anyway… here comes a fractal image that is related to this guy, his band, and obviously, the 60’s culture.

The first time The Beatles experienced LSD was sort of an accident. Or at least, it didn’t happen because they deliberately did or wanted it to happen. They were gathered for a tea in the evening at George dentist’s house, all the 4 guys and their wives plus the dentist and his wife. He slipped some LSD into their coffees… and the rest is history. This is probably one of the sugar cubes that were at the event:


Beatle Sugar Cube

“It was the Beatles’ first experience of the drug – one which made the small room of the flat in Strathearn Place ‘as big as the Albert Hall’ according to Cynthia and gave George the impression that he was ‘falling in love’ with everyone he met after later driving the group in his Mini to the Pickwick Club and Ad Lib, near Leicester Square.” (source)

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