Hidden within each natural phenomenon is more than meets the eye. Patterns are present that are often hidden from our eyes. Prime examples are the plants and flowers that inhabit our gardens. As beautiful as they often appear, they contain layers of complex patterns and colors that are not readily appreciated by our visual system. Flowers appear very different to insects than they do to people, owing to an insect’s visual system being sensitive to ultraviolet to which we are blind. For this reason, a moth’s visual experience is often richer that ours. In this series, I have tried to reveal the subtle geometric patterns that are often underappreciated in flowers and plants, and to accentuate these patterns through color shifts and an emphasis on geometric structure.