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  • Margie Manifold

    Aerial photo of desert rivers in Baja California Peninsula of Mexico, shows the fractalic forms of nature. The scale is impossible to assess. Its pattern is similar to that of tree branches, demonstrating how similar shapes recur in different settings. It brings to mind the Chinese concept of Li, incorporated into their word for physics.

  • Ⓥ Patty Jordan

    Fractal Patterns in Dried Out Desert Rivers on the the salt flats of the Baja California Desert in Mexico. Photo by ADRIANA FRANCO for National Geographic.

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