Same fractal image as the last one. This uses biomorphs instead of binary decomposition. Still the same high bailout setting. Some rotation has been used to angle the image. Originally, I had thought of making this gallery a collection of different types of images that I've made with Xaos and include their parameter files for further experimentation. This is what my Sterlingware Gallery is like. But somewhere along the way I dumped the idea because I didn't have the parameter files to most of the images I really liked and also, the menu options for Xaos are fairly simple. Since the big difference between images is the randomly generated palette, just knowing the formula and the coloring modes (which can easily be identified from the image anyhow) is enough to recreate the images. This group of two was meant as some kind of text book example to fit into my Xaos lecture.