Starboat and Spearhorse
I don't know, it looks like a crude, stone spear head and for some reason it also looks like the head of a horse seen from above.
There's something eerie and surreal about it and those weird green dots that seem to be part of the coloring filter.
I find this such a creative image. The swirls look like some kind of a wake behind the woven reed boat that seems to become a star.
Fractals are always surprising, just like going for a hike in some place you've never been before. There's always something new.
Just look at the detail and the schlocky imitation oil painting look here. The stalks can really produce some dramatic movement sometimes.
This is a Phoenix julia; something I thought I had done to death... but surprise; more excitement.
The edible island. I like the colors. Sometimes I think all you need to make something interesting to look at is just the right color; it doesn't matter what it is, but an interesting object can help.
Fractals are more far out than Star Trek. Pho-ton torpedoes, light-speed space travel, beaming people up and down; those things are all fairly tame.
But what are these strange drawing machines? From simple equations grow incredible things. I can understand why some people don't know where to put them in the artistic spectrum.
They are the infra-red and ultraviolet of vision. What is the edge, the horizon of seeing? That's where you find them. Beyond that is nothing. The Land's End of looking.