Monday, October 5, 2009

Biology and Math combine... create our "Annual Rings" and "Fractal Geometry" challenges!

Annual rings in trees often represent a tree's growth each year, and can often give clues to the enviromental conditions over the years. Fractals, in the most basic sense, can be thought of as a shape made up of smaller copies of the same shape (ie a triangle made of of other triangles), and these fractals can be found in every day life, espeically in nature.

So this time we have two different challenges to vote for! We have entries for the annual ring challenge from:




And our Fractal Geometry entries from:




And be sure to check out our Etsy treasury, which will be up until Wednesday (Oct 7), featuring these and other great team items!

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