Golden ratio examples

Seahorse 23, Vince Vance, example of the Fibonacci Sequence found in nature. The Seahorse glyph has the Fibonacci spiral on its side, the spiral itself is contained inside a visual representation of the golden ratio. The tail is also a Fibonacci spiral. Some images also include stick diagrams for the amino acids L-histidine and L-proline.

Seahorse 23, Vince Vance, example of the Fibonacci Sequence found in nature. The Seahorse glyph has the Fibonacci spiral on its side, the spiral itself is contained inside a visual representation of the golden ratio. The tail is also a Fibonacci spiral. Some images also include stick diagrams for the amino acids L-histidine and L-proline.

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fibonacci spiral applied to great art.... there's a reason this art speaks to us on a fundamental level.

fibonacci spiral applied to great art.... there's a reason this art speaks to us on a fundamental level.

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A Crash Course in the Golden Ratio - an explanation of a super helpful figure-flattery maxim!
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Sacred Geometry is the meeting of science and spirituality, ‘the blueprint, the structure of spacetime that organizes matter.’ It is an ancient science that explores and explains the language or building blocks of all things in our Universe.

Sacred Geometry is the meeting of science and spirituality, ‘the blueprint, the structure of spacetime that organizes matter.’ It is an ancient science that explores and explains the language or building blocks of all things in our Universe.

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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

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

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