by ~ayjaja on deviantART- Beautiful watercolor. I love eating pomegranates. Pink stained finger fun

Possible composition idea - extension of series idea/ shows the same food in different perspectives Links to theme well - shows the inside and outside of the subject. Also highlights the un peeling process/in-between stage of the foods decomposition.

Choose a good diet. ~~ Red Cabbage ~~ High on my list nowadays; rich in antioxidants. I always look out for this at buffets when at an event: www.steelbandhire.com

Red Cabbage by Phillip Gates; Macro image of red cabbage leaves, interesting line and colour patterns created.

Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Orange by Venus Winston | acrylic painting | 24" h x 12" w | http://www.ugallery.com/acrylic-painting-orange

Orange - Venus Winston, acrylic painting - I love that perspective of the…

Eye close up photograph, microscopic view, showing intricate nerves. Do you notice how the design reflects a photograph of the universe? - DdO:)

Eye drawing close up

Textured Leaves, Art in Nature: this would be great inspiration for metal-forming a pendant or earrings - jewellery design inspiration, foldforming

Hosta Leaves 10 by Ralph Gabriner (Color Photograph

Great shape inspiration for foldforms (Ralph Gabriner "Hosta Leaves Color Photograph). This would be great inspiration for metal-forming a pendant or earrings.

?Fractal symmetry in nature, Kiwi? (don't know if it is truly a symmetrical fractal, but it is beautiful.. :)

The Precision-of-Design-in-Nature . as Revealed by the KIwi-Fruit-in-Cross-section; "by dennis wojtkiewicz" Science in Everyday Life retired Junior Girl Scout badge

Emma Dibben inspired art work

Kiwi and Orange slices painting

Old Tree - woodgrain textures, organic surface patterns, natural colour inspiration

Old Tree - woodgrain textures, organic surface patterns, natural colour inspiration. Looking at different textures/surfaces

Fern fiddlehead (Sadleria cyatheoides) - Fibonacci spiral

Fractal spiral in nature - Fern fiddlehead (Sadleria cyatheoides) - Fibonacci spiral

Stacked beach boulders and pebbles at Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire in March 2009 by Richard Shilling

Land art by Richard Shilling

Funny pictures about Stairway to heaven. Oh, and cool pics about Stairway to heaven. Also, Stairway to heaven photos.


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Patterns in nature – spiral cactus plant with beautiful green hues (www.

Geometry in nature

Experiments with the golden ratio, top view of dandelion seeds with black background. Notice the spiral pattern. - board I pinned this from is all spirals and Fibonacci

Raindrops on spider's web

beauty - Raindrops on spider's web and spider

Aristolochia Clematitis  Karl Blossfeldt  (German, 1865–1932

Karl Blossfeldt – Plants

Art in Nature - heart shaped leaves intricate leaf vein patterns - organic texture inspiration; black white plant photography, lighting harder to capture detailed texture, one light source to the left.

Incredible Photographs of Fibonacci Fractals Found in the Natural World

The Fibonacci -   Art in nature or mathematics?    The Fibonacci by Eibo-Jeddah.deviantart.com

The Fibonacci - Art in nature - fibonacci in nature stuff -

Hosta Leaves 10 by Ralph Gabriner. Simple, yet profound...

Hosta Leaves 10 by Ralph Gabriner (Color Photograph

Great shape inspiration for foldforms (Ralph Gabriner "Hosta Leaves Color Photograph). This would be great inspiration for metal-forming a pendant or earrings.

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Texture - Unexpected color combination of leaves but still really pretty.

The "Golden Rule" is found throughout nature.

Sacred-Geometry-Golden-Ratio-Spiral-of-Life-Nature-Fibonacci-Sunflower-whorl-Craft-Group-Weaving-CastleofCostaMesa.

pinecone

Spiral Pattern in Pine Cone Pine cones are a classic example of the logarithmic or equiangular spiral in nature. This is from a Short-leaf pine. These spirals form from processes where there is turning at a constant angle but accelerating growth.

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