Patterns in Nature

When I saw that Cee was calling for photos showing “Patterns in Nature,” I was pulled in. My last visit to the Naples Botanical Garden was last March and some of my photos were focused on patterns. I was waiting for this opportunity to have some fun using photos from my last trips to the garden and from older files.

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    • LOL – There are lots of garden plants that I’m still missing the target. The Botanical garden has two areas of vegetable plants that they grow to teach Florida gardening and for the cafe to use in menu items. They can be so beautiful to look at but just don’t look the same digitally.

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  2. So many beautiful photos. I love capturing patterns in nature, and I pretty much love them all, be it symmetries, trees, spirals, meanders, waves, foams or tessellations. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva πŸ™‚ xxx

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    • Cee, I love that cabbage, too. I think I have been holding onto it just for you. It was growing in the Naples Botanical Garden and was so beautiful.

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