This Jack-o-Lantern is starting to display self-similarity. The traditional triangular eyes are each joined by a pair of smaller triangles which, in turn, are joined by a pair of even smaller triangles (perhaps it weeps?). The flared nostrils of its triangular nose are formed by smaller and smaller triangles. And its fearsome teeth each have fearsome teeth of their own.
See the making of the fractal lantern and its final resting place here.
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