“The more you awaken, the more you feel, ‘I might not want to repeat the past, but I wouldn’t have one second of it any other way.”-Adyashanti
Small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae). (x160) / Jo Angell Design
z-(board full)free motion quilting inspiration 1
Mathematics in Art / Sacred Geometry <3
This is a great example of pattern because it is has a lot of repitition and is very predictable that it will keep the same pattern going through out the picture and it has the same spiral pattern
AQA GCSE spirals
Patterns and texture. Love sea urchins anyway. All their tentacles or whatever used to poke through those tiny holes.
Tatiana Plakhova / Complexitygraphics.com
In late April, the ground becomes littered with samaras, the winged seeds of maple trees. With the right wind, the single-winged "whirlybirds" can carry the tree's embryos more than a mile.
Margaret Atwood ~ Butterfly ...It must have been an endless breathing in: between the wish to know and the need to praise .... there was no seam. More
Sand resonates to different frequencies to create different patterns. (click through for videos)
Manmade - Awesome
Janiana Mello and Daniel Landini: Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees