natural pattern - the Fibonacci sequence

Texture & pattern: 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.

TREE BARK (palm)

Palm bark ✞When through the woods, and forest glades I wander, And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees. When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.✞ possible leather texture

INTERESTING LANDSCAPE  - The Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site covering parts of Bangladesh and Indian state of West Bengal.   by NASA  #Sundarbans #UNESCO #NASA

Patterns of Water Meeting Earth --- beautiful -- The Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world which covers parts of India and Bangladesh by NASA

THROUGH THE TELESCOPE  Magnified 600 times and photographed using a technique that records patterns of interference between multiple beams of light, a Trichodina pediculus parasite appears starkly, sharply three-dimensional in this image

20 BioScapes Contest Photos--Life Viewed through the Microscope - Scientific American

EXPERIMENTATION - CERAMIC 3D PRINTING: Unfold ~fab: print, print, print...

Unfold Fab, Belgian Design Studio, Ceramic printing - while i'm fascinated by the whole printing thing and all that is possible with it, it sorta feels like cheating. Maybe this is what painters felt like with the invention of photography!

YOU DON'T SEE ONE OF THOSE EVERY DAY.. Apparently Sir Joseph Paxton's structural ideas for the Crystal Palace came from plants - and more specifically the Victoria Regia Lily pictured, which were later cultivated inside the palace. This image comes from Delamotte's Crystal Palace: A Victorian Pleasure Dome Revealed by Ian Leith.

nybg: “ janedzisiewski: “ Apparently Sir Joseph Paxton’s structural ideas for the Crystal Palace came from plants - and more specifically the Victoria Regia Lily pictured, which were later cultivated inside the palace.

WIENER WERKSTATTE - Koloman MOSER (designer)  Austria 1868-1918  Plate from Flächen Schmuck series, published in Die Quelle 1901  26 x 30  National Gallery of Australia Research Library

Koloman MOSER (designer) Austria Plate from Flächen Schmuck series, published in Die Quelle 1901 26 x 30 National Gallery of Australia Research Library

BOTANY  Images of lichen http://janedzisiewski.tumblr.com/post/45830886060

BOTANY Images of lichen http://janedzisiewski.tumblr.com/post/45830886060

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