Curls in nature

Today’s Prompt #139: Curls

A Five Fingered Jack Fern curl

The curls of an Ivory Curl tree flower

Looking at the flower’s curls with a bonus bee

The Tree Fern frond getting ready to uncurl

Assorted Grevillea flower curls

13 thoughts on “Curls in nature

    1. Thanks Jo. No they are a different species.
      “Buckinghamia celsissima, commonly known as the ivory curl, is a species of trees, constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. They are endemic to the wet tropics rainforests areas of northeastern Queensland”

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