Natural Patterns

by Zoe Conway September. 05, 2016 1412 views
Nature's patterns sometimes reflect two intertwined features: fundamental physical laws and environmental influences. It's nature's version of nature versus nurture. - Brian Greene


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Calla Lilly

The natural patterns that you find within flowers amaze me. The lines on the petal of the Calla Lilly look so delicate like they have been drawn on. The way that two of the flowers side by side create a mirror image of the other and the pattern that is found on the leaves is the same on each flower, how does nature get this right every single time over and over?

Calla Lillies

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Marigolds

Marigolds the protector of tomato plants as it is meant to repel garden pests. The rich red and orange colours of the petals help make the flower look regal and the pattern of the petals making it look like coral. I love how in this photo the flower is so sharp and the colours are so vivid amongst the leaves making it stand out.

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Fuchsia Berries

Fuchsia berries to me are the ballet dancers of the plant world. They look so elegant and graceful. I love how in the photo above it looks like the flower is posing and how the light has caught the water droplet balancing on the petal. Fuchsia berries have such vivid colours of pink and purple. 

Fuchsia Berries

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Leaves are probably the best place to see natural patterns. I just love this photo for the lighting and the focus. Its great how one of the leaves in the back wants to be out and on top unlike the others. When I took this shot I didn't even realise all the intricate details of the leaves.

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