I am not, nor ever have been a proponent of chaos in nature. By it's very existence, nature, while sometimes appearing chaotic, has a plan for everything. Each limb, branch, vine tendril, flower, stamen or sepal has a time directed place to be...thus, what you are looking for is something unnatural and that will have to be mademade or in the very least, altered by man.
Not really sure what you are telling me there, but that's OK and so all I can say by way of reply is to explain, that all three images are of objects and things that had placed themselves in their place naturally and that looked totally chaotic in their growth. My thoughts were to try and see/capture something that I thought was beautiful but that was hidden within this natural looking mess.
I agree that to the plants and trees etc, it wouldn't be chaos should they be able to think about it or even care to think about it, just the simple striving to exist, but that existence had created an apparent randomness that was hard to frame in a pleasing way, as we normally look for order and patterns, even when none exist, we still try to create it by whatever means are available to us. There was no photograph to be seen here and probably no one had ever looked or even wanted to look, that was my challenge, was it possible to find something hidden when there was apparently nothing to be found and where no one would care to look - photographically speaking of course.
Dunno if I succeeded, but I certainly enjoyed the trying. It is a good exercise which I highly recommend to everyone.