This is the first viable image from a style I call aberrational photography. The 'specular highlights' that are such a prominent compositional element are not highlights at all, but excessive Chromatic Aberrations caused on purpose as the medium for this piece. If you zoom in and look closely you will see that the light diffracts and appears to coil around the parts of the flower. That is why it is called "coils" because of the light and not the shape of the plant.
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