Christmas Tree Fractal (LXIX)

Here’s wishing you the very best this holiday season, with a fractal Christmas tree:


Now, wait.... shouldn’t the lights on the tree be blinking?

Merry Christmas!

Update: A few people have expressed interest in decorating their own pages with this tree. (It certainly is easy to put up!) For ease of decoration, here is an animated gif. Thanks to Alan for putting it together for me!

Regular posting (whatever that may be) will resume Wendsday. All fractals created by the author using ChaosPro.


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I saw the tree over at Bailey's Buddy blog and I had to come here and see who created it.

It's beautiful and I'm lovin' exploring your site.

Happy Holidays