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Author Topic: Tree, Seen While High  (Read 784 times)
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« on: May 30, 2016, 04:32:19 AM »

Tree, Seen While High


Looks weird! But suggests a tree on a hill, with the sun behind and to the left in a crazy sky.

(A Mercator-transformed annular region of the Mandelbrot set, rendered with Nanoscope. Magnification at top of image is about 10^245, at the bottom about 10^248. Center is a very deep minibrot of period 188996, way, way off the bottom of image with this transform.)

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