Spiral Pattern in Seashell, Fort Meyers, Florida, USA
Sea shell form
Feather duster worm in La Herradura, Granada (Spain) by Esteban Tore: Commonly found in intertidal zones around the world, these sedentary marine tube worms are characterized by feathery heads of feeding appendages which project from tubes made of parchment, sand and bits of shell. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabellidae #Marine_Biology #Feather_Duster_Worm
Foraminiferan test (shell) sp. Elphidium crispum, coloured SEM. Foraminifera are single-celled protozoa. The organisms live in the sea or salt-water lakes. In previous geological ages foraminifera occurred in such enormous numbers that their calcium carbonate shells have formed immense fossil deposits forming chalk + limestone. Magnification x125 at 10cm wide.
Eulychnia castanea spiralis. And then, in the 8th day, God was bored and said: "well, what about an spiral cactus"?
Fibonacci - the creative formula that manifest itself in seashells, flowers, but is also a mathematical formula in many things, the creative formula for life
I wanna drive Until we get lost Lie in a field staring up at the sky While you point out the Southern Cross Somehow I know Without asking why That you love me more in a minute Than anyone could in a lifetime ~Lyrics from Marry Me by Amanda Marshall