This site gives some interesting pictures that seem somewhat math related.

This site gives a more exploratory look into the world of mathematical envelopes. Take a look.

Have you ever seen any similar photos or gifs? Anything in nature as well? Can you figure out what the spines are in the first link? Can you make your own envelope? Post your findings below.

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TopNewestYou may visit my blog (I don't use it now) www.mathsforschoolers.blogspot.com . Try it but I don't use it now. I have also posted some interesting Images over there.

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