Zeugma loves fractals. I've been playing around with them since way back in the day when I was using Fractint to generate fractals on a 12Mhz 386 PC. Fractals are cool. At least I think so. If you'd like to learn some serious details about exactly what fractals are, you might check out the Wikipedia entry for the subject. Go ahead and do that now. I'll wait.

Ok, now that you are back, feel free to browse through a few galleries I've made of various fractals I've created recently using Xfractint, a very cool descendant of that same old DOS program. Some of the images I have here are extremely deep zooms into the Mandelbrot Set. Even though my computer is much faster these days than that old 386, I think the longest still took over 40 hours to generate.

Gallery 1
Gallery 2
Various Fractal Types
Various IFS Fractals
Fractint Formula Fractals
Various LSystem Fractals
Saved Parameter File Fractals