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Fearful symmetry

The new images I've been doing in the lab at Exeter University contain an enormous amount of symmetry, with their complex branching forms often taking up regular patterning, and choosing the reflective route.  Deep-rooted links with life forms, waterways and rocks such as agate are clear.  Here are a few examples.


'Exotic caterpillars'


'Agate slice'


'Liquid divisions'

'In search of perfect symmetry'

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