Another lovely yellow bloom for you today, this time one with a beautiful Fibonacci spiral design. To see it, just zoom in (best viewed in the full image) on the sharp brown centre of the flower on the right and you will see what that looks like. (See below for more info on that.) This deceptively simple looking flower is a type of Coneflower, Rudbeckia or Black-eyed Susan. They look like little yellow suns but with that mesmerising patterning in the centres. Have a lovely sunny Sunday in your hearts if not outside your windows!
I will not attempt to explain the maths regarding the Fibonacci sequence, but for those who are interested, here is a good explanation with a fun video.
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