10 October 2009

Not a Paul Klee

Winner 1996: Doxorubin in methanol and dimethylbenzenesulfonic
acid (80x), Polarized Light ~ © Lars BechNaarden, The Netherlands.

This hardly is my primary interest among the various uses of photography, but at Wired you can find this cool collection ~ "35 Years of the World's Best Microscopic Photography." The images are the winners, over the years, of Nikon’s annual Small World photomicrography competition. Note that you can link to the runners-up for each year too. The direct link to the Nikon page is here. The source of my interest? My son Douglas is a biology major and a budding photographer.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Tom White said...

Sure looks like a Paul Klee.

11 October, 2009 21:04  

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