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By Carolyn Henderson
the Times 

The Fractal Photography of Debbie Lind


November 1, 2018

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Dragonfly Delight

Some people have very few nice things to say about broccoli. Culinary preferences aside, it's worth looking at broccoli closely to marvel at its makeup: each head consists of many little heads – florets – repeated over and over

In the world of mathematics as well as art, this is called fractalization: the repetition of the same shape, in various sizes and formats, to create a cohesive whole.

"Both cauliflower and broccoli are one big shape, and when taken apart, they are still the same shape, but different sizes," says photographer Debbie Lind, who first discovered fractal art when re...

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