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La Belleza Escondida en las Espirales: 12 Fotos de Inspiración en Estado Puro

Many of the spirals found in nature are based on the logarithmic principles of the Golden Section, such as the receding body of a plant as seen in this bokeh image.

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natureisthegreatestartist: “What’s this? It’s a carnivorous plant called drosophyllum lusitanicum. And those sparkling droplets are actually sweet, sticky secretions that trap insects.

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Ladybug with a dew drop dripping off it's back. This beetle is the example of the ladybug with the two white dashes recommended best for the garden.

#heart #わらび  きれいにハートですね。(^^)来週はバレンタインだからか、ハート模様が目立ちます。

This amazing plant picture is called a Fern Fiddlehead. Part of the development process of Ferns! Little bit of nature love for valentines day.

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Proyecto Conciencia Solar, tercera meditación mensual: el Renacimiento a través de la Red de Vida.

the water drops :-D www. Yellow rose with water droplets reflecting the flower! foto-shop or not - here it is!

"Campanella caesia, a rare species of fungi, with very few citations, fruiting on Arundo donax, 16-11-201, Riba-roja de Turia."

"Campanella Caesia" "Caesia Campanella a rare species with very few citations Arundo donax on fruiting Riba-roja de Turia. Photo by: Juan Carlos Poveda Molero

La Proporción Áurea, Secuencia Fibonacci, Hunab Ku, Movimiento y Medida de la Vida y del Universo : geometría y matemáticas. V 1.0 | Xochipi...

La Proporción Áurea, Secuencia Fibonacci, Hunab Ku, Movimiento y Medida de la Vida y del Universo : geometría y matemáticas. V 1.0

Golden Mean or Fibonacci series. The number of clockwise and counterclockwise spirals in a sunflower are always two consecutive Fibonacci numbers.

Drosophyllum lusitanicum.   ("Spiral.")     From Chrome research:  "Drosophyllum is a genus of carnivorous plants containing the single species Drosophyllum lusitanicum. In appearance, it is similar to the related genus Drosera, and to the much more distantly related Byblis. Wikipedia."   (Drosophyllum lusitanicum -- photo by ~BattleChicken.)

Carnival of color: 30 of the most incredible multi-colored flowers in the world

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