Katharina Fil
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Albert Einstein & Charlie Chaplin Two of my heroes. Not perfect, just exceptional.

Albert Einstein & Charlie Chaplin Two of my heroes. Not perfect, just exceptional.

the bouquet of flowers. the vail of honest dreams, future to come to shine to rise and be. frightfully, discrete, patiently careful she lifts her hand and shows the world how life smells.

the bouquet of flowers. the vail of honest dreams, future to come to shine to rise and be. frightfully, discrete, patiently careful she lifts her hand and shows the world how life smells.

Olaf Otto Becker "Above Zero":  highlighting the tint of the iceberg. floating in its shadow of miniature-whiteness.

Olaf Otto Becker "Above Zero": highlighting the tint of the iceberg. floating in its shadow of miniature-whiteness.

natural geometry

natural geometry

kay nielsen

kay nielsen

Moorish pattern - geometry progression

Moorish pattern - geometry progression

"Crop Circles" - a Fractal Mobius Pattern by Ross Hilbert, via Fractal Science Kit

"Crop Circles" - a Fractal Mobius Pattern by Ross Hilbert, via Fractal Science Kit

In the relationship between phi, and 5 (they even sound alike!), we take a 5-pointed star -- the points of which form an inscribed five-sized, regular pentagon.  By an arbitrary choice of measurement units, the length of a line drawn from one point of the star to an opposite point, can be set equal to phi.  This results in the line between two adjacent points (one side of the pentagon) automatically equaling phi square 2.

In the relationship between phi, and 5 (they even sound alike!), we take a 5-pointed star -- the points of which form an inscribed five-sized, regular pentagon. By an arbitrary choice of measurement units, the length of a line drawn from one point of the star to an opposite point, can be set equal to phi. This results in the line between two adjacent points (one side of the pentagon) automatically equaling phi square 2.

the brown bear

the brown bear

geometry in space

geometry in space