# Post a groovy image of the Mandelbrot set

I found a very versatile tool at http://arachnoid.com/mandelbrot_set/

This tool allows you to center a particular part of the image by clicking on it and then zoom in or out by scrolling up or down with your mouse.

Here's the image I found, coordinates included:

It sort of looks like a ghost's or a snail's tail to me. Or perhaps the spiral on a seashell.

I thought it was very interesting to see the variation in color and shape present in this figure, and I look forward to exploring this phenomenon further

I too used http://arachnoid.com/mandelbrot_set/ and got this lovely thing here.

# Alright, here we go!

Cords:

m: 2.633507e+9

x: -4.621603e-1

y: -5.823998e-1

Where

**x**and

**y**Represent the center, of the image and

**m**is the zoom factor, I Assume.

The site is here, If you want to use it too.

This is the Mandelbrot set that I wanted to go with.

$x:-0.59990625$

$y:-0.4290703125$

$Zoom:1024$

This is the website that I used: http://www.jakebakermaths.org.uk/maths/mandelbrot/canvasmandelbrotv12.html?xCentre=-0.59990625&yCentre=-0.4290703125&zoom=1024&width=500&height=450&maxiter=4500