Prime Numbers Visualization.

A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. Primes are special numbers, then what makes primality so special? Don Zagier, an eminent specialist, said: Upon looking at these numbers, one has the feeling of being in the presence of one of the inexplicable secrets of Creation.
This image is created using circles with consecutive prime number diameters stacked on top of each other and repeated from a common origin. For each natural number n, we draw a periodic curve starting from the origin, intersecting the x-axis at n and its multiples. The prime numbers are those that have been intersected by only two curves: the prime number itself and one. The currently highlighted number show sum of divisors σ(n), and its aliquot sum s(n) = σ(n) - n, which indicate whether the number is prime, deficient, perfect or abundant. 

This Sugar Rose Scrub must smell absolutely amazing. I must try!

Put 1.5 cups of white sugar, ¼ cup baby oil, 12 rose petals in a food processor and hit the button! After it’s all mixed, put the scrub into a cute mason jar for storage.

Participants were asked these 3 questions:

Which of the following statements comes closest to your views on the development and origin of human beings?
1) Human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God guided this process.
2) Human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God had no part in this process.
3) God created human beings pretty much in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years or so.



Consciousness Mandala.

With 12 Points and 12 rings in each point this Sacred Geometry Mandala has a foundation of 144 rings. The division into 3 sections represents the symbolism of the trinity, strength and equilibrium. The 12 represents, complex stability, 12 houses, 12 disciples, 12 tribes, etc. The 144 represents a fractal of the number of children in the house of the rising Sun, of the tribe of light (144,000). The contrast of black and white represents the total polarity from manifest Creation to the source of un-manifest potential. Creating a Flower of Life on top of an Flower of Life rotated 30 degrees gives a 12 pointed geometric map to a dodecahedron within a dodecahedron which is defined as a map to self reference. 

The Coyote Head Nebula

When searching for the nicest nebulae in the sky it’s nice when your friends help you out. This striking star formation region, mapped in infrared light by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, was recently spotted by one of Spitzer’s Twitter followers searching through the GLIMPSE360 panorama of our Milky Way galaxy.

One of multitudes of star-forming nebulas scattered across the sky, this area had been a bit of a “dirty” secret, tucked away behind a veil of dust that blocks our view in visible light. That obscuring veil fades away under Spitzer’s infrared gaze revealing a collection of young stars bursting out of the dusty gas clouds in which they formed. Astronomers identify this area only by a collection of catalog numbers like IRAS 15541-5349.

Credit: NASA/Spitzer

Patterned Beauty of Creation.

Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of Creation and the Genesis of all form. It is an ancient science that explores and explains the Energy Patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the Energy of Creation organizes itself. On every scale, every natural pattern of growth or movement conforms inevitably to one or more geometric shapes. As you enter the world of Sacred Geometry you begin to see as never before the wonderfully patterned beauty of Creation.  

The molecules of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snow flakes, pine cones, flower petals, diamond crystals, the branching of trees, a nautilus shell, the star we spin around, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless Geometric Codes. Viewing and contemplating these codes allow us to gaze directly at the lines on the face of deep Wisdom and offers up a glimpse into the inner workings of the Universal Mind and the Universe itself.

The ancients believed that the experience of Sacred Geometry was essential to the education of the Soul. They knew that these patterns and codes were symbolic of our own inner realm and the subtle structure of Awareness. To them the “Sacred” had particular significance involving Consciousness and the profound mystery of Awareness, the Ultimate Sacred Wonder. Sacred Geometry takes on another whole level of significance when grounded in the experience of Self-Awareness.


My Year in Photography 2014

The past year has been full of passion and creativity. It has been the most defined time in which I have forged my photographic style. One I have been inspired in creating by the places around the UK I have travelled to, and the endless variety of paintings I have studied.

I believe my work is only getting more unique and focused as I discover what photography really means to me. A style that I can call my own and one I hope is like no other. I want to continue creating photographs that inspire and show the world in my own unique light. 

Whether it be through photography for equally creative brands, commissions or art prints for peoples homes. I can’t wait to find out where this journey takes me into the future.

As always in the future I will continue to use Lightroom. Contrary to belief, I have never use photoshop. I continue to use simple techniques including doge and burn, split toning and changes to tone and colour. I never remove or add things to photographs, simply work with the light.

Freddie Ardley Photography

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The Delta Flume, The World’s Largest Man Made Wave.

At 9 million litres, the machine can create waves up to 15 feet high. The other end of the trough is a simulated gradually rising coast, which is used to test full scale flood defenses such as dams and dykes. 

The Delta Flume and other machines like it was inspired by a catastrophic flood in The Netherlands in 1953 which took the lives of nearly 2000 people. From this point the Netherlands began devising more inventive ways of flood defense.