A flower

A flower is not trying to be beautiful. Yet we find it to be beautiful.

A cloud at sunset is not trying to be beautiful. Yet we find it to be beautiful.

A blanket of snowfall in a secluded forest is not trying to be beautiful. Yet we find it to be beautiful.

This list could clearly continue for quite a while. But I think you get the idea.

So what is going on here? Why are such things so beautiful? This is a serious question.

3 Responses to “A flower”

  1. pekkavaa says:

    Must be their fractal dimension! If it’s close to acacia trees canopies then we are bound to like such sights. I’m afraid this is not a serious answer.

  2. Andy says:

    It takes nature eons of primping and preening to look so effortlessly beautiful.

  3. admin says:

    Thanks for the interesting answers! Time and fractals — always a powerful combination.

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