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I like natural forms like this, dunno if it's texture or pattern, but I like it. color is pleasant as well. I like textures/patterns that feel like art

Limestone breccia, deformed so that original clasts have been flattened and stretched, and subsequently folded. Polished slab in stone merchant's yard.  Cornwall

Limestone breccia, deformed so that original clasts have been flattened and stretched, and subsequently folded. Polished slab in stone merchant's yard. Cornwall

A FABERGÉ JEWELLED AND ENAMELLED GOLD FLOWER STUDY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 formed as a single stem with three branches, the petals enamelled in translucent yellow over a finely textured ground, each stigma set with a brilliant-cut diamond within gold stamens, engraved leaves and stem, resting in a faceted rock crystal pot.

A FABERGÉ JEWELLED AND ENAMELLED GOLD FLOWER STUDY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 formed as a single stem with three branches, the petals enamelled in translucent yellow over a finely textured ground, each stigma set with a brilliant-cut diamond within gold stamens, engraved leaves and stem, resting in a faceted rock crystal pot.

Malachite(scape) photography by Warren Krupsaw, a one-time student (and house guest) of Ansel Adams is a nature photographer concentrating on landscape & detail.

Malachite(scape) photography by Warren Krupsaw, a one-time student (and house guest) of Ansel Adams is a nature photographer concentrating on landscape & detail.

Undercurrent Teal Ink: Art Print, Ocean Art, Surf Watercolor, Abstract Watercolor #oceanart #oceanwatercolor #greenmachine

Undercurrent Teal Ink: Art Print, Ocean Art, Surf Watercolor, Abstract Watercolor #oceanart #oceanwatercolor #greenmachine

Ammonites are perhaps the most widely known fossil, possessing the typically ribbed spiral-form shell as pictured above. These creatures lived in the seas between 240 - 65 million years ago, when they became extinct along with the dinosaurs.

Ammonites are perhaps the most widely known fossil, possessing the typically ribbed spiral-form shell as pictured above. These creatures lived in the seas between 240 - 65 million years ago, when they became extinct along with the dinosaurs.