The annual growth rings of a tree, the petals of an anemone or the parachutes of a dandelion clock all grow in layers that are naturally circular (more or less). The rose window of a cathedral is painstakingly constructed in circular layers of mathematical precision. A circular pool reflects a perfect disc of sky and a circular porthole frames an unexpected view.

Here’s a scrapbook of circles (some perfect, some naturally irregular, others artistically approximate) in response to Cee’s challenge this week: Circles and Wheels