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AnnS 10 3 1 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2009 8:42PM
I'd love to know what it is, it's fascinating, I love the texture.

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fatherpie 9 18 12 England
4 Jan 2009 8:58PM
Presume it's a succulent of some sort? Interesting plant!
Dave
superskib 13 11
4 Jan 2009 9:29PM
Its a variety of cauliflower called Romanesque, Your title is inaccurate, choatic it is not. It a wonderful example of the spirals in formed accordance with the Fibonacci number series, very highly ordered in fact.
Yes they are tasty, we had one last week.
4 Jan 2009 10:41PM
great close up nice dof
Dawn
discreetphoton 13 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2009 10:03AM

Quote:choatic


I'm sure I know where you're coming from here. It's a Caulifractal!
norton 13 6 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2009 3:05PM
Nice detail and composition,great capture...............

Tony.
SlowSong Plus
9 7.1k 30 England
5 Jan 2009 3:48PM
Very geometric vegetable. (I love discreetphoton's name of Caulifractal - brilliant!). It makes a good abstract - I wouldn't like to eat it though.
Chris
ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
5 Jan 2009 7:51PM
Whatever you do do not eat it!!! If it is Caulifractal then shoot it because it is highly infectious!!

Seriously though - what a really weird vegetable - a good talking point shot.

Best wishes

Robert
Eiginta 11
7 Jan 2009 8:28PM
What a wonder of nature!
Steve-T 10 56 66 England
3 Feb 2009 6:54PM
Love the spirals within spirals.
Steve
14 Feb 2009 4:46PM
Spirals everywhere.

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