Nature is quite good at geometry.

HALVED — Fossilized ammonite halved and polished reveals its spiral geometry.
COMING AROUND AGAIN — The pine cone’s scales are arranged spirally.
CRYSTAL — Regular molecule patterns in crystals make for nice geometric patterns.  (that is sort of a chicken-or-egg-circular-reasoning sort of sentence, isn’t it?) This tiny finger of calcite or quartz hides deep inside a large mass of less well defined crystals.

Some favorites so far from this week:

And the WPC mother page:
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/weekly-photo-challenge-geometry/

8 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: Geometry

  1. Some beautiful images from Ferndale. I enjoyed seeing the bottom of your pinecone and posted pinecones just now for Renewal. Thanks for stopping by my blog and writing thoughtful comments.

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