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10 Things of Nature that Look Like Neurons

If you look around you, you’ll find that many things of nature have a lot of¬†shape similarities with our neuronal system. Pictures in this series have been taken by photographers with an eye on both our brain and nature. They are gorgeous and intriguing.

A Flower Ball Ready to Fly Away

Bob Franklin. Balls. CC BY NC ND

Bob Franklin. Balls. CC BY NC ND

Some Drops on a Spider Web

PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE. CC BY NC-ND

PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE. CC BY NC-ND

A Web Wrapping a Plant

Ozge Yesildag. CC BY NC ND

Ozge Yesildag. CC BY NC ND

Fennel Ganglia

Daina Dajevskis. Fennel ganglia.  Dunbar Spring Community Garden, Tucson. CC BY ND

Daina Dajevskis.
Fennel ganglia.
Dunbar Spring Community Garden, Tucson. CC BY ND

Green Neurons

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Brian Burt. CC BY SA 2.0

Neuronal Desert

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David. CC BY NC SA 2.0

Winter Branches in the Sky

Petras Gagilas. CC BY SA 2.0

Petras Gagilas. CC BY SA 2.0

This Spider Web

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Henry Bucklow – CC BY NC SA 2.0

These Tree Branches

Shannon Hauser. "Neuron Branches". CC BY 2.0

Shannon Hauser. “Neuron Branches”. CC BY 2.0

A Close-Up of Dusty Flowers

Daniele Nicolucci - CC BY NC-ND

Daniele Nicolucci – CC BY NC-ND

Breathe and look around you. Sometimes the best mind easing devices are the ones of nature.

Take care,

STHQ team.