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spiral shell

aesthetics & maths “A logarithmic spiral is a special kind of spiral curve which often appears in nature. This is a cutaway of a Nautilus shell showing the chambers arranged in an approximately.

snail shells

Polymitas snails of Cuba. This unique tree snail is only found on the easternmost province of Oriente on the island of Cuba


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.

The golden ratio

15 Uncanny Examples of the Golden Ratio in Nature