The final step in this zoom set. This is the long filament extending from the nose of the mini in the previous post. Zoom is 6.67×10^{-9}.

# Month: March 2019

## Zoom Set I #5

Here is a magnification of an area of the lower part of the previous post, a little left of center. Coordinates -0.74910617+0.06947989i. The post has a zoom factor of 4.27×10^{-7}. My program defines zoom differently than conventional usage. Perhaps I should call it something else. The number is the distance from the center to the left and right sides of the view port. If zoom is 1, and center is 0, then the horizontal display area ranges from -1 to +1. I find this convention much easier to work with. (And I will not explain it every time I use it.)

## Zoom Set I #4

Here is the top left of yesterday’s image. If you are keeping score, the center is at -0.7491014 + 0.0694844i.

## Zoom Set I #3

Here is a closer look at one of the spirals in the upper left of yesterday’s fractal.,

## Zoom Set I #2

This is a zoom of one of the fireworks explosions on the right side of yesterday’s image.

## Zoom Set I #1

Today’s fractal image is from deep in the Seahorse Valley

## Basic Fractal #6

This is a zoom into the lower right of the previous image. Coordinates are -0.0821507304089322 + 0.8799895735168i. The zoom is 10^8, the iteration bailout is set for 30720. That may seem like a deep zoom, but many people have dug much deeper into the Mandelbrot set.