The Spiral Windings

For World Oceans Day on the weekend, Terrain.org published an essay of mine about a living fossil – the chambered nautilus. Having remained largely unchanged in evolutionary terms for some 500 million years, the nautilus conceals at the heart of its existence an extraordinary and radiant geometry that enables it to inhabit the ocean deeps. The essay, called ‘The Spiral Windings’, and further photos can be found here.

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