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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.

Sacred Geometry - Cactus

Cactus - Sacred geometry in nature

fractals in nature -

The head of Romanesco broccoli is a striking example of an approximate fractal in nature. (i love fractals in nature.

Fractal vegetable (Romanesco broccoli) Mathematics of nature

Who knew math could be so beautiful! Take a look at fractals naturally occurring in nature Chintomby Chintomby Chintomby Lemieux Nature

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Romanesco cauliflower- this geometric shape has a futuristic style natural design which looks like an adaptation of the biomorphic design of a cauliflower, this can be seen as inspiration for the futuristic structural designs used in architecture

Fractals In Nature, Fibonacci Spiral, Electric Universe, Succulent Gardening, Sacred Geometry, Wild Life, Gaia, Temple, Succulents

Insect eggs: extraordinary examples of organic architecture The eggs of different insects vary greatly in size, shape, and color. Engineered for survival, insect eggs show stunning surface structures....

From the International Images fo Science Exhibition 2011 - Fibonnacci series on Butterfly Egg -Adonis Blue Butterfly - Spiralling aeropyles in egg casing governed by Fibonacci sequence - the math of art and science - Delicious!

Fibonacci

15 Uncanny Examples of the Golden Ratio in Nature

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part of the fibonacci sequence is common in nature the honeycomb is a .

"The Fibonacci Sequence As Seen in Flowers" gallery by Environmental Graffiti

"The Fibonacci Sequence As Seen in Flowers" gallery by Environmental Graffiti Más

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fibonacci in pinecones

FIBONACCI. Surely I could incorporate pine cones into a game.

arms of pine cone bracts spiraling counterclockwise and clockwise

Fractale, Choux Romanesco - Par Manuel Lopez

The head of Romanesco broccoli is a visually striking example of an approximate fractal in nature, by Manuel Lopez

Pine cone=Fibonacci numbers

~~ pine cone with 13 spirals to the right & 8 to the left, a progression of Fibonacci numbers & the Golden Spiral

Here is the Narrow-leaved Drumstick - for a classic Fibonacci numbers demonstration. Protaeceae Isopogon anethifolius or Narrow-leaved Drumsticks is a bushy shrub that is endemic to coastal areas near Sydney, Australia and in the ranges to the immediate west.    It occurs naturally on sandstone in heathland and dry sclerophyll woodland.

Protaeceae Isopogon anethifolius or Narrow-leaved Drumstick - for a classic Fibonacci numbers demonstration.

~~Aloe by AcuraZine Dan~~

Aloe Spiral via sacred geometry & the flower of life

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