Elements of Design in Nature By:- Diana Musamali

This butterfly shows the element of design, balance, it's similar patterns on each wing give the butterfly symmetry
The lillies create radial symmetry, the element of balance
The leaves of the flower are all assymetricaly arranged, the element of balance
This picture shows balance, the rule of thirds
In this picture there's repetition
Rule of thirds
Negative Space in the sky
This picture shows contrast and negative space in the sky
These flowers show alignment, the tulips are evenly spaced. It also shows proximity
This picture shows repitition and contrast,

Credits:

Created with images by ngernelle - "Nature" • esiul - "insect nature live" • THX0477 - "The rule of threes" • Rosmarie Voegtli - "asymmetry in symmetry" • SodanieChea - "Dandelion" • esiul - "plant nature live" • WolfBlur - "cosmea leaflet leaved schmuckblume cosmos" • Douglas A Lewis - "ocean" • Carlo Mirante - "View of Capri" • Franck_Michel - "Tulips field" • AjayLalu - "zebra wildlife africa"

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