My Sierpinski triangle but I added inner triangles as well.
I implemented in C++ a "picture language" created by Peter Henderson (and featured in SICP).
The picture formation comes from Figure 2.9 in http://mitpress.mit.edu/sicp/full-text/book/book-Z-H-15.html#%_fig_2.9
The basic structure for the ice crystal is 8 of Jon's line segments sharing the same origin, but incremented by 45 degree angles. Recursion depth for this crystal is 5.
Just a simple fractal tree with a 30 degree branch angle. Recursion on this one was 10.
Sierpinksi's Hexagon (extension of the triangle) with a recursion depth of seven.
Recursive Circles of alternating red and blue. Recursion depth of 4.
Recursive squares, on the left is one recursion depth and on the right is a recursion depth of 6.
This recursively draws shapes with # of sides 2 + (total depth - current depth). This is a depth of 7
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Recursive Tree with a depth of twelve.
Recursive parallelograms, depth of six.
Recursive circles -- interestingly, turned out
looking a lot like the Sierpinski Triangle! The depth here is 7.
Sierpinski triangle modified the depth is 10
Modified by adding offsets. Depth is 7.
Two Sierpinski Triangles together to form a Diamond, and recursing at the same time
Uniform Mass Center Triangle Fractal, depth of 8.
Description found here: http://kriche.com.ar/root/programming/recursion/fractals.html