Straight lines never occur naturely in nature. However, Humans seem to be drawn to the rigid lines of convention despite our natural disposition to spirals. Straight wires, straight walkways, straight fences, straight poles. The nature in between those firm lines are less strict and flow with need and want of their growth. Trees bend and wane to the light and rain. Even branches and twigs bend off to form their own curve.
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