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Rose-Lynn Fisher uses an electron microscope to photograph bees ultra-close-up. The results are amazing, other-worldly images of unrecognizable landscapes and spooky protrusions. Creepy and intriguing, it's a surprisingly beautiful and unique book.
14 June 2010 in Books | Permalink
Great post, thanks. These images are other-worldly aren't they? I think they have a great sci-fi feel to them.
14 June 2010 at 01:35 PM
These images are amazing and very different to other insect pictures that I have seen in the pas. I also think that the way that the book is composed works very well with the use of yellow which is a contrast with the images themselves. I think that the detail in the images is what make them stand out and give them that other-worldly feel.
Mandeep Khunkhuna |
23 June 2010 at 09:15 AM
Wow that book looks amazing, I love nature shows on TV because they capture a view on wildlife you'd never see without the help of telescopic cameras and fantastic camera work. This book looks like its taking nature to the next level, the textures and surfaces look mind blowing. I'll have to check the book out.
24 June 2010 at 09:24 AM
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