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POTN G-series Speed Challenge #587 - Geometry in Nature

 
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May 23, 2016 23:34 |  #16

Great challenge Jim (Raven)
congratulations teekay, Sibil, JimAskew
teekay's Seashell was my favorite too.
Mi entry is an old archive photo from my first Por1, processed in PhotoShop and stripped the exif info as was my usual workflow at that time.
Below, the exif, copied from an almost identical process of the picture in Light Room.RAW file.

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With this challenge, the first thing I thought of was a sunflower to show the golden ratio / Fibonaci numbers in the seeds array. No sunflowers in the archives.
Then a thought in fractas and OhLook mentioned them, luckily before any search in the Hard Drives.

Then I found this green 'thing' that was an alternative entry in other challenges, but never was posted because I have no idea of its name although it growed in my own garden. In our city, we have 'plants', 'trees', 'flowers' but we do not learn the names of them. :(

By the way, OhLook, your coaliflower reminded me of Mandelbrot sets / fractals that I used long time ago (in the 70s) under the direction of Mesisas Maiguashca (external link) as part of his show of electronic music. Maiguashca is a well known (and controversial) ecuadorian musician that lives and works in Germany.

teekay wrote in post #18016975 (external link)
BTW it's really good to see you back in a challenge with your Pro1, Rafael, and thanks for keeping the winners list up to date all these years:-)

I always check and enjoy the challenges, but I comment usually when I have my own entry uploaded.


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May 23, 2016 23:38 |  #17

Congrats to Teekay & the runners up! I have been out of town photographing a beach wedding; just got home & will head out to do a newborn tomorrow. Busy, busy, busy.


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May 24, 2016 02:50 |  #18

:lol:Well done everyone worthy winners and some great photos.I must admit not being a mathematical person so struggled to find something that really fitted in here.
I hope Raphael can soon be back to posting more often as well.
Well done Teekay . :)




  
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May 24, 2016 06:38 |  #19

Great contest Jim with some really fantastic entries. Congratulations to teekay and Sibil and thanks for the 3rd place nod. I really liked OhLook's fractal photo :-).

My photo was taken at a display of rocks and minerals booth at a local Antique Mall. I was testing out my new G5X in a variety of lighting situations.


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May 24, 2016 11:59 |  #20

JimAskew wrote in post #18017246 (external link)
I really liked OhLook's fractal photo :-).

Thanks, Jim!


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