Geometric shapes - unique plant pictures
Who says mathematics is boring? Such geometric shapes as these look too perfect to be real. But they exist in nature and in a special case in plants. We tend to believe that perfect geometry can only be created by human hands.
That is a complete mistake. Even Galileo Galilei writes in his Il Saggiatore: "The universe was written in the language of mathematics - its characteristics are triangles, circles and other geometric figures". Real artists know that there is an embroidered order in nature. They first observe the natural creations for hours in order to imitate them perfectly.
The perfect spiral of Drosophyllum Lusitanicum
For millennia, human civilization has sought to understand the perfect geometry in nature. So Plato in the 4th century BC. BC believed that symmetry in nature was a proof of the existence of universal forms. The famous British logician and mathematician Alan Turing has explained in his contributions on theoretical biology the way in which the geometric patterns were formed in nature.
Already as children we admired the beautiful structures of the snow crystals. It's like a real magic. Perfect fractals, exact symmetry - how does nature manage to achieve such perfection in the forms?
Marvel! Take a look at these beautiful plant mandalas that we have collected for you here. Next time you are in nature, try to find geometric shapes. You will be surprised what a variety unfolds before your eyes.
Exotic porcelain flower - Hoya aldrichii
Spiral Aloe Polyphylla
Perfect Geometry in Purple - the Amazon Lily Leaf
Stable nature construction
Majestic Dahlia in violet
Ginkgo tree - close-up
The three-dimensional Hygrophila Corymbosa
Green nature mandala - the lobelia
The whimsical Pelecyphora Aselliformis
Magnificent camellia flower
The secret of red cabbage
The perfection of the sunflower blossom
Prickly succulent spiral
Delicate white flowers in circle
Nature Geometry in the Water - Sedum-like Ludwigie