Dark storm in shapes of colorful fractal art
When I was child I loved to play outdoors. Once I went to explore a forest near our house with my friend. At that time we were both around 5 and 6 years old. We were almost a mile deep into the forest when dark clouds had gathered, and the first drops of rain started to fall.
In no time, a full blown storm started, with thunder, lightning and heavy rain. We were too far away from the house to try and get back while it was raining, so we hid under one big rock and waited for the rain to stop. But the rain was growing heavier and it was getting dark. We were very afraid. At last it stopped raining, but we couldn’t find our way back in the dark. We embraced each other and tried to stay warm.
After some time, we saw some lights in the distance, among the trees. My father and some neighbors were calling our names. We hollered back and soon saw their flashlights coming through the dark. They gave us some blankets and my father carried me in his arms to the house, because I had sprained my ankle.
We had to promise never to go that far into the forest alone again. These pictures depicting the storm remind me of that scary adventure. I used fractal art method of Mandelbrot set. Dark and blue colors make the first picture a kind of a negative of the other more colorful image depicting the storm.