Yin & Yang - square circles

By Murray Bourne, 07 Feb 2005

 Based on 'yin yang' fractal from http://fractales.free.fr/

Image: Based on
"Yin and Yang" fractal.

An interesting example of 'square circles': a fractal version of the Yin and Yang symbol...

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