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Spiral ammonite
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Ammonite shells are a naturally occuring example of the Fibonacci sequence. If you draw a quarter circle in each Fibonacci square, they connect to form an ever increasing spiral. Willing to see some more ?

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.Marzena
03/07/15 7:01 PM GMT
Not only unique design for the the image, also most sophisticated geometry of nature.
I am impressed a lot, dear Ewcia...
Thanks & congratulations from
yours stunned
SAM & SAAB
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
::tigger3
03/07/15 7:12 PM GMT
Excellent find, and superb presentation Ewa. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
.mesmerized
03/07/15 8:05 PM GMT
Natures' own fractal...great find and shot, Ewa...one for the contest perhaps?
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::Jimbobedsel
03/07/15 9:56 PM GMT
Beautifully done! A non fractal fractal.
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::jerseygurl
03/07/15 10:39 PM GMT
All natural and a beauty!!! The shell formation is absolutely gorgeous and the colors are wonderful!!! This image is a perfect entry for the current contest!!! Excellent!!!
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::bfrank
03/08/15 8:39 PM GMT
The fractal of the best kind...nature's own. Perfect composition and lovely color Ewa.
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Life's moments are sweet. I just want to capture all that I can of them.
::FlimBB
03/09/15 12:37 AM GMT
Nicely done. This is a perfect entry for the contest. Best of luck.
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Emptiness is not nothingness. It is simply the opposite of full of it.
.susanlynn
03/09/15 3:46 PM GMT
A lovely shot and clever entry for the contest Ewa..Good Luck.
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Life is a Constant Audition
.Nikoneer
03/11/15 9:50 PM GMT
That's absolutely true, Ewa, about the ascending / descending squares, and I believe it was Pythagoras who discovered that, about 2,400 years ago, in ancient Greece, and was illustrated by Leonardo DaVinci. Gorgeous capture.

-Nik
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.icedancer
03/12/15 10:58 PM GMT
Marvelous find and capture, such beautiful colours and super contest entry...good luck
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::0930_23
03/20/15 2:38 PM GMT
What a great entry. Congrats on your 4th place finish.

TicK


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
::FlimBB
03/20/15 3:20 PM GMT
Congratulations on your fourth place in the Circles contest. This was a great entry!
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Emptiness is not nothingness. It is simply the opposite of full of it.
.mesmerized
03/20/15 5:14 PM GMT
Congratulations, Ewa.
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::LynEve
03/21/15 12:08 AM GMT
Well done Ewa - this is a fascinating image and was a perfect contender for the contest.
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
::bfrank
03/22/15 12:26 AM GMT
Congratulations on your placement in the contest, Ewa. I thought it was great.
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Life's moments are sweet. I just want to capture all that I can of them.
.nanadoo
03/24/15 5:44 AM GMT
Congrats on a great shot and placing in the contest!
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.rvdb
03/25/15 11:30 AM GMT
Congrats on your win.

Rob
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The reason why the sun sets in the evening is because it wants to see the sunrise in the morning. I rise in the morning because I want to see them both. RvdB

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