Fractals - One of nature's many creations...this particular fractal is very similar to design patterns used in traditional Māori weaving. Also many of the Pacific islands use these geometric patterns in their artforms.
Green Fractal. A fractal is a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be subdivided in parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a smaller copy of the whole. Fractals are generally self-similar (bits look like the whole) and independent of scale (they look similar, no matter how close you zoom in).
Really cool fractal patterns. Fractals are shapes that are infinitely self-similar at every scale of magnification. So as you zoom in on each little squiggly arm, you realize that it also possesses its own squiggly arms that are the same shape as itself, and you can zoom inwards into infinity finding the same patterns forever.
~The second Chakra , the SacraL ChaKra ~* ... is orange, the color of joy and wisdom, energy and internal connection. By applying orange to you sacrum and choosing Yoga poses for this region may balance your digestion.
Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World
Fractals aren't just something you learn about in math class. They are also a gorgeous part of the natural world. Here are some of the most stunning examples of these repeating patterns that look the same no matter how far you zoom in or out.