Golden ratio examples

Spiral Pattern in Pine Cone   Pine cones are a classic example of the logarithmic or equiangular spiral in nature. This is from a Short-leaf pine. These spirals form from processes where there is turning at a constant angle but accelerating growth. This describes the growth of many structures in the plant kingdom.   © Kevin Kopchynski

Spiral Pattern in Pine Cone Pine cones are a classic example of the logarithmic or equiangular spiral in nature. This is from a Short-leaf pine. These spirals form from processes where there is turning at a constant angle but accelerating growth. This describes the growth of many structures in the plant kingdom. © Kevin Kopchynski

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this is an example of rule of thirds because the bottle is the main focus and the sky is only 1/3 of the picture The hot spot would be the bottle because its where the two lines intersect

this is an example of rule of thirds because the bottle is the main focus and the sky is only 1/3 of the picture The hot spot would be the bottle because its where the two lines intersect

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This is one example geometry is being shown. This piece of geometry is natural and proves that geometry does not have to look so saturated and fullfilled just like yellena james. Yellena James  Sacred Geometry, the golden ratio or mean and phi point ratio The same ratio Vitruvius saw in the human body – 1 to PHI (1.618) – exists in every part of nature, from swimming fish to swirling planets. This divine ratio, or divine proportion, has been called the building block of all life.

This is one example geometry is being shown. This piece of geometry is natural and proves that geometry does not have to look so saturated and fullfilled just like yellena james. Yellena James Sacred Geometry, the golden ratio or mean and phi point ratio The same ratio Vitruvius saw in the human body – 1 to PHI (1.618) – exists in every part of nature, from swimming fish to swirling planets. This divine ratio, or divine proportion, has been called the building block of all life.

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Designer's guide to the Golden Ratio - how you should use the Fibonacci Sequence, and why.
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The number of spirals on the head of Romanesco broccoli is a Fibonacci sequence. Description from webdesignstuff.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The number of spirals on the head of Romanesco broccoli is a Fibonacci sequence. Description from webdesignstuff.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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I had the pleasure of teaching a community ed course on the basics of figure flattery back in May, and realized that some of what I discussed in that class hadn’t yet been discussed here. So let’s rectify that, shall we? I’ve long used my instincts and eye to determine what looked best on myself...  Read more »

I had the pleasure of teaching a community ed course on the basics of figure flattery back in May, and realized that some of what I discussed in that class hadn’t yet been discussed here. So let’s rectify that, shall we? I’ve long used my instincts and eye to determine what looked best on myself... Read more »

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