The artist interprets this image as a swarm of butterflies hovering around an invisible but attractive object. On the other hand, it could be a Rorschach inkblot test, which has run amok.
Sometimes creating fractal imagery takes on aspects of photography. “Midnight in Moscow” started out as a very complicated image but I spotted an area that looked like minarets and, with some mathematical coaxing, got the "snapshot".
These images are pure fractals that are related to the mathematical function f(z) = cosh(z). They have been rendered with different magnifications. Cosh 2 is the tip of the central part of Cosh 1.
A pure fractal-like image that results in multiple spirals, which reach out to infinity.
Deep in the bowels of a nuclear reactor, an eerie glow is being masked by a sinister fractal.