Sequence Fractals Part IV #16

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z^2+c*s_i
s0=1.0, si+1=(-0.96+0.28i)*si
Center:0.121+0.419i; Zoom = 32

Here is a zoom into the top edge of the circle in the previous picture, Sequence Fractals Part IV #15.

I call these jigsaw puzzle fractals. They does not have the normal behavior where just a few points around the edge of the capture set escape each step, resulting in smooth colors and swirls. Instead large chunks escape on distinct iteration steps. The result looks like fitting together distinctly colored puzzle pieces.

Here are some earlier examples of “jigsaw puzzle” fractals: Sequence Fractals Part III #27, Sequence Fractals Part III #38

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