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    The visual motif of the spiral is one of the oldest and most enigmatic sacred images known. The spiral pattern is found extensively in nature – encoded into plants, animals, humans, the earth and galaxies around us. Source:

  • Teresa Robinson

    woody liana vine in the Colombian rainforest ~ photographer W0den #nature #ranforest #Colombia #photography #vine #liana

  • Maureen Ihle

    beauty tree green nature moss Spiral ...

  • John Axford

    Twisted branch even Nature has a twisted aspect at times. But God knows How to Keep things straight when He Needs To!

  • Ar Families

    Twisted tree branch (1) From: Midnight Rainbow, please visit

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