The number of petals in a flower consistently follows the Fibonacci sequence. Examples include the lily - 3 petals, buttercups - 5, chicory - 21, daisy - 34, and so on. Phi appears in petals via the ideal packing arrangement as selected by Darwinian processes; each petal is placed at 0.618034 per turn (out of a 360° circle) allowing for the best possible exposure to sunlight and other factors.
This image placed above is another example of a graphic sequence. Through this five image graphic sequence, the viewer is able to witness the growth of a tree. In each of the five different images there is an image of a tree that begins to grow and each image the tree is at a different stage of its growth, which is expressed through the gradual growth in height of the tree trunk and the addition of leaves, in order to end with the final image as a full grown tree.
Sequencing Primer: 9 Ways to Plan a Yoga Class
Sequencing Primer: 9 Ways to Plan a Yoga Class with sequence examples
Animated Retro Vintage Film - Photoshop Actions Add-ons, Actions and Presets hipster, glitches, tv, oldies, video, gif, timeline, movie, light, leaks, animation, editable, banner, classic, grunge [The animated examples could take a few seconds to load]This Action will generate a video sequence of animated vintage effects from your images or videos. The effects are packed in clips and are easy to...
This is one graphic sequence example. The color is quite simple in this sequence which is red black and white. The title of this graphic sequence is kiss kiss bang bang, which red could represent kiss, and violence as well.