ahem. Testing, one, two. Is this thing on? It- OW!! OOOWWW!!!
Note to self: do not lick the microphone while it is plugged in.
ANYway. Welcome to our January edition of Apoholics Anonymous! We shall try to keep the drooling to a minimum this time but won't make any promises, because the mad folks at #Apophysis have stumbled upon some truly tasty examples of fractaliciousness.
Let's do this alphabetically, shall we?
Tony caught my eye with this oooey gooey membrane. The vibrancy in the blue, and the details and depth make you want to explore it up close!
This image is a wonderful display of ingenuity. A wonderful remake of a flower that just makes you want to pick a dozen and put them on your desktop for display.
The chocolate calls- you heard it! How can you not obey such a fluid, smooth, luscious rotational? It'll melt in your mouth, not in your hand!
Kevlar Soul by Platinus is a 2:1 ratio fractal full of shiny metally textures and spirals. Looks quite dangerous and rather entrancing to me.
Elysian Fields by Alterren is everything one looks for in a beautifully composed piece of fractal art. The incredible undulation of colors alone are reason enough to view it.
I hope you all enjoyed our latest edition as much as we did in presenting it to you! Stay tuned for future updates and cheeseburgers.
...oh, wait. I have to amend that. We'd be happy to update any time, but apparently the cheeseburgers belong to `Phoenix-22.