What struck me at first was how much these fractal flowers do look like mums. The likeness leads one to think that the Creator used a similar formula when He created (via evolution) the first chrysanthemum. I do not know how to explain how there could be so many lines going in so many different directions without the overall effect being "busy". Something unifies this composition and keeps the visual experience from tiring the eyes out. Perhaps it is the circumstance that there are just three whole flowers, three being a good number for any compositional effect. Perhaps it is the fact that this looks just like a densely-packed garden plot, and the viewer is used to such a sight. Perhaps it is the minimalistic use of color, just black, gray, white and yellow. This fractal should get more attention.