Andy Goldsworthy is a British  artist who makes site specific sculptures using natural elements.

I love the natural feeling Andy has gave this picture. He has broken rocks almost perfectly through the middle to create a path. The white layer near the crack also make the picture even more appealing.

The number of spirals on the head of Romanesco broccoli is a Fibonacci sequence. Description from webdesignstuff.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio

An example of a Fibonacci sequence making spiral patterns in nature. This is also a fractal because each floret is an identical but smaller version of the whole thing & this makes the spirals easy to see.

Modrest Golden Ratio Photo On Canvas

Modrest Golden Ratio Photo On Canvas

Spiral Patterns in Nature and in History, the spiritual world didn't disappear just because technology arrived

Reveal Fingerprints Using Super Glue

This dahlia flower has patterns of repetitive circles to form another circle. The negative space  would  make an interesting model.

Perfect-Geometric-Patterns-In-Nature-dahlia – The keys to your personal & professional well being

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