Fibonacci Pinwheel

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Another Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden view from my photo essay I Went to a Garden Party.

silentandy, Ed's Photography, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Rolf Piepenbring 35 months ago | reply

    Fabulous shot. Congratulations!

  2. gwrcath 35 months ago | reply

    Beautiful flower, nice tonal contrast and colour, fine detail, beautiful image!

  3. Ed's Photography 35 months ago | reply

    Great capture - You caught the correct time for the shot - a beautiful flower - great color. (Have you considered a square crop to rid the wayward bud to the right.) I know I am always nit picing.

  4. Stephen Kacirek 35 months ago | reply

    This is extraordinary, I cant get over the pinwheel in the middle of that rose.. very nice photo

  5. Eddie C3 35 months ago | reply

    It was lucky find. I've seen that pinwheel before on roses but never with the sun being so cooperative. I've always found mathematics in nature, the Fibonacci sequence or golden ratio to be so fascinating.

    Thank you and for stopping in and offering comments.

  6. kosnonand 35 months ago | reply

    I can't tell you how much I LOVE this photo, Eddie! The composition, the light, the fact that Mother Nature made a perfect pinwheel without any blemishes to photograph....



  7. dimaruss34 4 months ago | reply

    This photo is Beautiful!!!
    Seen in :

    Flower or Foliage Detail

  8. Shelley Huang 4 months ago | reply

    beautiful shot!

    This photo is Beautiful!!!
    Seen in :

    Flower or Foliage Detail

  9. Tatters ❀ 4 months ago | reply

    wow, it is amazing rose!
    seen in Flower or Foliage Detail

  10. Betsy J... 2 months ago | reply

    Thanks for posting this superb photograph
    to this week's theme "Roses."

    Flower Themes Group.

    Congratulations this wonderful image is a Flower Themes Admin Fave.

  11. susies.genii 2 months ago | reply

    Perfect spiral! Gorgeous!

  12. lovebutterfliestoo 2 months ago | reply

    Seen in the Flower Themes Group.

    It definitely is a fine example of Fibonacci shapes in nature. Beautiful.

  13. Eddie C3 2 months ago | reply

    Thank you for your comments.

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