The title of this picture is Laeotrope. Laeotropic means turning to the left, often in reference to shells. So I made a noun of it for the title here after taking a shining to the word. That seems to happen a lot with me and words.
I also considered sinistral as the title instead, which means the same as laeotropic and is also a nice title-worthy word. Leaotrope won for its alliterative value (an older version was named Lemon Laeotrope, the ‘lemon’ part in reference to the prior color scheme. Edit: there is now also a new version of Lemon Laeotrope).
Bonus fact: dextral means spiraling in the opposite direction to the shell pictured (I learned that in my title-seeking perusals for this one).
There’s a black and white version of this named Laeotrope 2.
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