As promised I´m revealing today the nature of the thing that I´ve been tormenting you with yesterday 😉
But first I want to thank you for your lovely suggestions and comments!
After having been asked for a clue by my dear friend Divya, whose awesome blog dedicated to Travel, Food and Art I besiege you all to visit, I added that the thing depicted is in fact edible.
This made my new friend Pierr Morgan think of a Pretzel instead of a French Horn or Tuba, both of which she had to think of earlier and which I absolutely loved as suggestions 😀
Whereas my trusted accomplice in crime when it comes to Count Harecula, Phil Ryan, of course has guessed the hidden nature of the thing right away but was too good a sport to spoil it for the rest of you 😉 (Later on he stated that he kind of doubted my sanity when proclaiming a baby alien to be “ordinary” and “edible” 😀 )
But I can assure you all, that the thing in question is indeed quite ordinary (at least around here), edible and even healthy!
Here´s the whole picture I showed you just an excerpt of:
This was the last stage of my editing fit, before however, it looked liked this:
and originally like this:
You see, there´s art in nearly everything, we just need to open our eyes and minds a bit more to grasp it… 🙂 and the will and silliness to test the boundaries of our editing softwares 😉
I´m not sure if I´m right about the following, but it occurs to me that the curve of the stalks could actually follow a phenomenon called the Fibonacci sequence. You can find similar structures in nature, for example in the arrangement of sunflower seeds or pineapples; or manmade: the Swiss Re Tower – The Gherkin – in London (whose official name is 30 St Mary Axe after its address), designed by Sir Norman Foster, who actually had been inspired by exactly the same things.