Mushroom underside close-up by Daniel Cadieux

Underneath of a Mushroom. Again another example of linear patterns created in nature that I think would work well when interpreted on material. I particularly like the uniformity of this pattern.

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Lizard skin by Kym Howard

Lizard skin by Kym Howard.

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

Cross section of red cabbage. I'd like to collect lots of fruit and vegetables…

Structure of a cabbage close-ups of vegetables: beauty, art (cabbage)

Honeycomb | 21 Unbelievable Photos Of Symmetry In Nature

21 Unbelievable Photos Of Symmetry In Nature

This honeycomb image shows pattern because the hexagonal cells are repeated. This is actually a photo of an actual honeycomb, but the pattern can be shown as a principle of art. It makes you feel sort of trapped, to be precise.

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Image Via: Emerald Green - Macaw Feathers

Love Kiwi! by dennis wojtkiewicz

Fractal symmetry in nature, Kiwi? (don't know if it is truly a symmetrical fractal, but it is beautiful. :) I like it because of the circle in the kiwi.

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