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:iconeatmedrinkme07:
eatmedrinkme07 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2007   Interface Designer
:boogie:
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sveltetwo Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2007
mmmMMmm spirals
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2007
You've just drunk that saki bottle, don't ya? :laughing:
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sveltetwo Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2007
no no. just a fan on spirals 'n such.
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2007
I was kidding =D
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:iconphilho:
philho Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It is superb (thanks to nature and the artist's eye), and I like the title, speaking strongly to me as blending art and maths.
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2007
Thank you so much Philo, this is a wonderful comment! And thanks for :+fav:ing it either! :giggle: :glomp:
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SteveyT Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
I personally would've cropped off the bottom bit of wasted space and maybe kept more of the lighter top (more detailed) part.

Nice detailed shot tho it works really well, good work!:)
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
Thank you for the advice! I've never even thought about it, silly me! :omg: =D

Thanks :hug:
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:icondiamondhull:
DiamondHull Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
Lovely shot and I think your title would hold true, mother nature practices such beautiful mathematics.
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
I totally agree with you :giggle: ;)
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:icondiamondhull:
DiamondHull Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
I bet you're a lover of Nautilidae shells?
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2007
Kinda =D More than one year ago I had an exam about animal biology -and shells were part of it. I knew almost everything about them :giggle: I find them really interesting! :giggle:
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:icondiamondhull:
DiamondHull Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2007
They are incredible. I’m studying architecture and utilise Fibonacci sequences in symmetry and asymmetry ratios to help me control or resolve form and proportion.
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2007
Yeah they're absolutely amazing! :omg: :giggle: And that's so stunning how nature is related to maths! This is really beautiful to me! =D
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:icondiamondhull:
DiamondHull Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2007
I’m constantly perplexed by math and nature alike. I’m actually terrible at math which does not bode well for my building design, but will hopefully find a great engineer.

What field of science are you involved and what are you main areas of interest?
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2007
I'm a biology student. My course it's based on molecular and micro molecular biology that is we're studing everything realated to nucleid acids (DNA,RNA) and proteins like lots of molecules and how they react between them. Well at least this could be a very short explanation of it... =D
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kieranoneill Featured By Owner May 4, 2007   Photographer
Nice detail in this, nice shot
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner May 4, 2007
Thank you :giggle:
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ArtlessHmmmm Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2007
Wow - what a textured plant here. I like how you focus on the center and the number of green shades although i find the light on the outer leaves a little less contrasty than i'd personally favour this is one awesome shot! :D
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2007
Thank you for your detailed comment! Your point of view as a dA member means so much to me since I'd like to improve my photography.

Thank you very much. :hug:
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:iconartlesshmmmm:
ArtlessHmmmm Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2007
my pleasure! :D
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:iconstaszek1985:
staszek1985 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2007
Beautiful!
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2007
Thank you :blowkiss: :excited:
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staszek1985 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2007
:)
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:iconcoxjessi:
coxjessi Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
I love your use of lighting. The detail is spectacular! Well done! :thumbsup:
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
Thank you 1000s! :w00t:
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:iconcoxjessi:
coxjessi Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
Anytime! Glad to give feedback when it's due! =D
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sidenote Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007   Photographer
Absolutely amazing shot! The concept is great, as are the colors and, well... I can't add all that much to what everyone else said. Even though it's a small touch, I definitely love the fact that the plant had the... hairs on the sides of the leaves. Adds a lot, in my opinion! :D
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
Thanks for your comment :giggle: :glomp: It was so pleasant to read it! :nod:
Yeah I love those hairs too, they're amazing aren't they? =D
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armsalltwisted Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2007   Traditional Artist
BESIDES the actual photographic quality [i like the colors and placement, the composition], i really like the concept. i love how math and nature can blend together so beautifully. makes me want to write poetry about math =)

[i'm a good friend of fourleafedrover-- we're next-door neighbors. she told me to check our your profile! i like it a lot.]
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2007
Thank you for your cute comment :w00t: I appreciated :giggle:
Wow :wow: you want to write a poem about math? That would be a great idea for such a great conflicting relashionship!
So if you're fourleafrover neighbor you just can see her by opening the door (:shh: or maybe watching through your windows).
I'm glad you're a good friend of her: you seem a good guy considering what you wrote (and you're profile too). It's great to have someone you can always count on :cuddle:
I'm glad you like my profile :excited: I'm not an artist but I love art anyway :)
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armsalltwisted Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2007   Traditional Artist
i like the part about not being an artist. i'd say you are an "artist," but it's also my oponion that anybody who has a flair for doing the things they do, someone who does the things they do with passion, is an "artist." it bugs me when people think you have to be a painter or something to be an artist.

anyways, i'll be keeping an eye on your profile! glad to have met you =D
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2007
Thanks a lot! :w00t:
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:iconhendro:
Hendro Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2007
Nice capture
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:iconfourleafedrover:
fourleafedRover Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2006
HAHA yes. Sometimes I dont like math, when its difficult. But, I love the way math repeats itself through nature, which makes it easier to learn. Also, it makes you feel like everything has a purpose.
Im into puzzly things, I like Dan Browns works a lot with the Da Vinci Code and such. Stuff thats fiction, but sounds really smart.

:blowkiss:
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2006
You're talking to the right person :aww: I'm studying biology and that's amazing how sometimes nature and math cooperate. I definetely agree with you: this makes me feel there's something else in the world, an hidden purpose than now we're not able to see.
Talking about Dan Browns: I read "Angels and Demons" but it was the english version so since I'm Italian and there were too many difficult terms and expressions I didn't understand everything he said, but a great part of it. Anyway I relly enjoyed it. Then I saw "The DaVinci Code" at the cinema and found it really amazing though everything happens so fast. Two hours weren't definetely enough to explains everything the book says.
You must be very intelligent to write a book like that so I don't care if some of his theories now are proved wrong. It's breathless how he put up all fact toghether.
I saw in your dA account you like writing :) -and painting too- that's a good thing. When I was a child (10 more or less) I used to write some poetry and stories about magic. Then in my life I choose a different path than the artistic one, anyway I still feel split into two pieces: the creating one and the bound-to-earth one. I still write sometimes, but that's only when I'm really upset and sad, yeah that's when I write some methaporical and introspective stories on how I feel.
Anyway I guess we have lots in common :hug:
I now realize how much I wrote :wow: that's a lot!
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fourleafedRover Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2006
Im taking chem in place of biology. Again with the mystery; the not knowing what happens when you put one thing with the other, and then knowing theres a reason for it to take place. Wow I cant even imagine reading something of his if you speak differently! Good job lol! Espcially since he really is so so smart. And I agree about his theories! The books were very controversial to Christians. I am a Christian and I LOVED his writings. Also, his books are FICTION... I mean come on, hes a novelist! What did people expect, and autobiography?!
Speaking of, yes I do like writing, and I am starting my own novel. Its a fantasy thing, but I'm really excited since its actullly turning out super super good. Since I love to read and write, my style is advanced, and my mother actully LOVES it. And she loves things like Terry Brooks!
We do have a lot in common! And its nice to know theres another girl who is into the same stuff as me!!
:excited:
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2006
:dance: Yeah I totally agree with you! :aww:
What about your novel? Is it more "Harry Potter" or "The Lord of the Ring?" Do you have wizards, fairies, hobbits...? :)
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:iconfourleafedrover:
fourleafedRover Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2006
More Tolkien! AHHH it's going to have all of the above. It has elves. They are the main characters. Yes, there was a brief fairy appearnce. But not Tinker Bell fairies lol. Theres many many different types of dragons, and these things called Ghaunts I created. I'm using inspiration from Chris Paolini (Eragon), The Abhorsen Triology by Garth Nix... and even a little Abarat by Clive Barker. But mostly Tolkien, I modeled my elves after the ones from hes books, mostly the Silmarillon.

If you ever want to read any of it I can email it to you or whatever, whenever. I need critique. As long as you promise not to show anyone else lol!!!! But thats only if you ever wanted to.
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006
Sure I'd like! I'm eager to know what happens in your story :excited:
By the way I won't tell anyone don't worry, besides here in Italy not all people are able to read english :no:
I hope the text isn't be too much difficult; anyway I'll have my dictionary right beside me :nod: Maybe I won't be able to critique your grammar but I'll give you my opinion, promise :p
The e-mail I use here in dA is webmistress@beyond-frames.net (shown in home page). I usually use my private one, I can send it you by note or don't know just let me know :)
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:iconfourleafedrover:
fourleafedRover Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2006
oh of course! i didnt expect you to give it to me through comment... because you probably dont want to be stalked! and me either! lol
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:iconfourleafedrover:
fourleafedRover Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2006
I loooove this. But mostly for the title, which most smarties should get!
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2006
Thanks a lot :boogie: I'm so, so pleased you have noticed the title! It means there still someone in dA which don't mind maths and yeah who's smart enough to get it! Yesssss I found one :aww:
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tissaja Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2006   Writer
amazing, very good idea
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tissaja Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2006   Writer
amazing, very good idea
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:iconbeyond-frames:
beyond-frames Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2006
Thanks Tissaja! I'm so excited you gave me my real first :+fav:

Today I'm happy :dance:
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:icontissaja:
tissaja Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2006   Writer
pleasure is entirely mine :)
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dandelgrosso Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Wonderful capture. Well done! :) :D
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