Art nouveau curls in nature

The curl or scroll is the most prominent feature of my work - hardly any piece of jewelry comes from my hand without a curl of some sort. It is one of the most natural shapes and therefore pleasing to our eyes. These curls are all au naturel...
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What a beautiful screw-pattern!

Purple Morning Glory Spirals By _Maji_ Morning Glories are always planted in my garden every year. The fact that each bloom is brand new every morning reminds me of God's Mercy which is also new every morning.

Purple seahorse with elegantly curled tail

I love sea Creature! Unlike most sea creatures, sea horses are monogamous for life and are the only species on earth in which the male carry the unborn young. *I love sea creatures*

Oxalis versicolor

Oxalis versicolor (Candycane sorrel) beautiful white, spiral flowers with a red margin. Flowering in April and growing to a height of just they make a stunning spring display in any garden.

The curl is provided by man, but the webbing is all naturel :-)

I love spider webs. Once, I was lucky enough to watch a large garden spider build it's web. It was awesome. I would love the chance to watch a spider build one like this!

More green and curly ferns, this time  Fiddlehead ferns, mushrooms and moss.

mushrooms and fiddleheads.not sure about these particular mushrooms, but fiddle heads are AWESOME!

Flowering dogwood

Flowering dogwood - not the kind to survive in mid-Michigan - but one of my favorite flowering trees.

fiddle head fern  I am wondering if this piece has just been photoshopped - but its lovely none the less!

This amazing plant picture is called a Fern Fiddlehead. Part of the development process of Ferns! Little bit of nature love for valentines day.

Squid Art nouveau style. "Sir? I have a question"

Is this octopus waving hello or complaining that the photographer disturbed him? Do octopi sleep? do they mind being bothered?

From my native homeland.  The curled Ponga (Tree Fern) koru. The koru is the budlike beginning of a fern leaf before it opens. The symbol is prominent in traditional Maori art motifs such as bone and wood carvings, and tattoos (moko). The unfurling koru leaf pattern represents new beginnings.

The curled Ponga (Tree Fern) koru. The koru is the budlike beginning of a fern leaf before it opens. The symbol is prominent in traditional Maori art motifs such as bone and wood carvings, and tattoos (moko).

Snowdrops plus glittering dew drops!

Snowdrops and Raindrops.as a small child I would wait each spring to see when the little snowdrops would pop their heads out of the snow.a sure sign that spring had arrived :)

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