Fractal Art Gallery

Magnification Series II
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Here is a series of five pages of twenty-eight julia set fractals with
their magnifications listed in the legend below them.

Take me to: Page 1 / Page 2 / Page 3 / Page 4

1.87 x 10^41 3.74 x 10^42
5.50 x 10^44 1.10 x 10^46

The last magnification, to give you an idea of its size is:

11,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 !!!

If the entire fractal image were to be laid out at the scale of this
highest magnification, the image would cover the surface of the
64,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times!

And if it were printed on a piece of paper a mere 1/1000"
thick, the wrapping around the earth would extend
100 times farther than the Andromeda galaxy!! WOW!

Someone once said that the Mandelbrot set was the most
complicated object ever created.

What do you think?

All of the images here are Julia sets of the equation f(z) = z^2 + c,
where c = .109950511 + .633524394i.

This series exhibits the principle of self-similarity, that is,
the deeper you go into a fractal, the more it remains the same.

All of the images in the series are available at high resolution, either individually
or as a set should you require them for professional or commercial use.