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Fibonacci spirali

Geometry in nature // Fibonacci sequence// Golden Ratio // Phi point // The same ratio Vitruvius saw in the human body – 1 to PHI (1.618) – exists in every part of nature, from swimming fish to swirling planets. This divine ratio, or divine proportion, has been called the building block of all life.

What’s so sacred about geometry, anyway?

Geometry in nature // Fibonacci sequence// Golden Ratio // Phi point // The same ratio Vitruvius saw in the human body – 1 to PHI (1.618) – exists in every part of nature, from swimming fish to swirling planets. This divine ratio, or divine proportion, has been called the building block of all life.

Pantheism & the Fibonacci Sequence. Everywhere you look, there it is. Discuss...

Pantheism & the Fibonacci Sequence. Everywhere you look, there it is. Discuss...

Nautilus. Ever growing, ever changing. Once it grows a new, larger chamber it cannot go back to the previous ones; they no longer fit. It has no choice but to move on. Still, the old chambers are still part of them. Just as we are forced to move through life. Our past still stands and affects who we are today.

Nautilus. Ever growing, ever changing. Once it grows a new, larger chamber it cannot go back to the previous ones; they no longer fit. It has no choice but to move on. Still, the old chambers are still part of them. Just as we are forced to move through life. Our past still stands and affects who we are today.

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spiral art: blue spiral © Gill Hobson 2011 More

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40 Mesmerizing Fractal Art Pictures for Art Lovers

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pine cone with 13 spirals to the right and 8 to the left, a progression of Fibonacci numbers and the Golden Spiral.

pine cone with 13 spirals to the right and 8 to the left, a progression of Fibonacci numbers and the Golden Spiral.

Nature's Art: Universal Spirals and Fibonacci | Visual*~*Revolution | Scoop.it

Nature's Art: Universal Spirals and Fibonacci | Visual*~*Revolution | Scoop.it

Fractal pattern

Succulent pattern

Fractal pattern

Spirals occur everywhere in nature. Whenever I come across a snail it reminds me to go within to my center<--very cool

Spirals occur everywhere in nature. Whenever I come across a snail it reminds me to go within to my center<--very cool

Nature | Animals Under the Sea | Rosamaria G Frangini || AllThingsWHITE | White Nautilus Shell                                                                                                                                                     More

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Texture and Shape Research - Snail More

Chameleon Tail - The Golden Ratio - Fibonacci

Chameleon Tail - The Golden Ratio - Fibonacci

Fibonacci - Spiral Pattern in Pine Cone Pine cones are a classic example of the logarithmic or equiangular spiral in nature. This is from a Short-leaf pine. These spirals form from processes where there is turning at a constant angle but accelerating growth. This describes the growth of many structures in the plant kingdom. © Kevin Kopchynski

Fibonacci - Spiral Pattern in Pine Cone Pine cones are a classic example of the logarithmic or equiangular spiral in nature. This is from a Short-leaf pine. These spirals form from processes where there is turning at a constant angle but accelerating growth. This describes the growth of many structures in the plant kingdom. © Kevin Kopchynski

Begonia Escargot leafs present both the spiral and the branching fractal of the leaf-veins. Their construction responds to plant's both needs for correct water distribution and for strengthening structure: "leaf vein networks differentiate roles of leaf support and hydraulic supply between hierarchical orders."

Begonia Escargot leafs present both the spiral and the branching fractal of the leaf-veins. Their construction responds to plant's both needs for correct water distribution and for strengthening structure: "leaf vein networks differentiate roles of leaf support and hydraulic supply between hierarchical orders."

Fibonacci spiral patterns appear in many plants, such as pinecones, pineapples, and sunflowers. The patterns consist of spirals that curve around a surface both clockwise and counterclockwise.

Fibonacci spiral patterns appear in many plants, such as pinecones, pineapples, and sunflowers. The patterns consist of spirals that curve around a surface both clockwise and counterclockwise.

Fern fiddlehead (Sadleria cyatheoides) - Fibonacci spiral

Fern fiddlehead (Sadleria cyatheoides) - Fibonacci spiral