Nature

Flower

Nature

Good proportion is an important element of beauty as seen in these pictures:

Leaf

Peacock feather

Peacock feather

A Golden Mean Gauge is superimposed on one of the dominant landmarks of the feather showing them to be in the Golden Proportion. There are at least 12 different Golden Proportions which can be identified on the dominant landmarks on the peacock feather. The peacock feather has been chosen because it has simple flat surfaces which lends itself to a clear and non-controversial Golden Proportion analysis.

Bird

Bird

A Golden Mean Gauge is superimposed on the dominant colour seperations.

 

Flower

A Flower

A Golden Mean Gauge is superimposed on a flower.

moth

Moth

A Golden Mean Gauge is superimposed on a moth. The moth wing has been chosen because it has simple flat surfaces which lends itself to a clear and non-controversial Golden Proportion analysis.

 

stipes

Stripes

A Golden Mean Gauge is superimposed on the stripes of the tail. The same applies to the stripes of the Zebra.

 

flowers

Flowers

 

petal

Petal

 

insect

Insect

Two Golden Mean Gauges are superimposed on an insect showing compound golden proportions. Nature abounds in examples of many compound golden proportions in any situation.

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