A Tour Through The Fractal Universe Part 1

It’s been a while since I posted to Eric’s Universe but that doesn’t mean I’ve been idle.  I’ve been travelling; exploring the endless worlds of fractal landscapes with the aid of the fabulous Mandelbulber fractal program.

So put on your travelling shoes while I take you on a tour of some of the places I’ve been…

(click on the images for a larger view)


Sentinels: I came across these massive towers at the end of a frozen mountain pass. At first glance they appeared to be made of stone but closer examination revealed organic shapes that pulsated with life. When the cold wind howled, they moaned like hollow air raid sirens. A doleful call to a desolate land, answered only by echoes…

Desert Rocks

Desert Rocks: An arid wasteland where wind and sand have sculpted twisted rock formations. One formation in particular points like a stone compass needle toward an unknown destination.

Pyramid Hills

Pyramid Hills: A rolling landscape dotted with thousands of natural pyramid shaped hills. The natives of this place speak in whispers of a mighty battle between the gods that shook the very foundations of the land. Not a single combatant survived. After the battle the earth healed and beneath each of these hills lie the remains of a fallen warrior.


Borderland: What lies beyond the border where light meets darkness? Here we gaze into a cavern where glowing mist obscures huge symbols carved by unknown hands. The explorers who dared to enter this cavern have never returned. No others will take the chance. The mysteries of this borderland remain unsolved…

Highland Moon

Highland Moon: On our last stop we witness a glorious moonrise from a mountainside populated by glowing fungal growth. Special breathing masks are required to prevent infection from airborne spores.

I hope you enjoyed visiting these worlds from the fractal universe.  There are countless worlds to visit so I’ll be posting another tour very soon.

As Always, your comments and suggestions are encouraged and most welcome!!

Best Regards,


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