Most visualizations of the Lorenz attractor are of a long history of a single point after convergence to the attractor has occurred. I was interested in what the surrounding space looked like, so I randomly selected 20,000 starting points from a three dimensional Gaussian distribution with a standard deviation of 100. Each point was iterated, and a short history displayed as a trail.

Interestingly enough the points do not simply fall in from arbitrary directions like a gravity field, but display structure by instead swirling along a clear path up the z axis.