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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.

Banana trunk cross-section by Thomas

Banana trunk cross-section by detengase, kind of a funny spiral, but it works if you trace each section twice and spiral out at the next layer.

Inspiration Lane

Nelumbo nucifera, Lotus seed head Texture- depth, smooth and rough, light and dark, intriguing. - beautiful and terrifying at the sane time - my son and I are creeped out by these.

You've Never Seen a Snowflake in This Much Detail | Fox News

You've Never Seen a Snowflake in This Much Detail

Slight asymmetry: real snowflake macro photo, taken on dark wool fabric in natural light - Alexey Kljatov

Propagating Succulent Leaf Cuttings

Hens and chicks.Plan on planting some in some old tree stumps in one of my flower gardens.Blues/Greens texture in the garden

Wings that never took flight | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Fragile Beauty - dragonfly wing close up - delicate nature; natural surface pattern inspiration, beauty and photography, nature, schoonheid en natuur

image by Maggie Mason via Flickr > the plant is one of the many agave species.

This plant is one of the many agave species. - image by Maggie Mason

sacred geometry in plants - Google Search

The Power Of Cakra Photo by Saefull Regina — National Geographic Your Shot(Morning Beauty Tips)