6.01.2010

ROSE-LYNN FISHER: -BEE-

tarsus
Photograph (c) Rose-Lynn Fisher/All Rights Reserved

the bee's knee
Photograph (c) Rose-Lynn Fisher/All Rights Reserved

eye
"The first time I looked at a bee’s eye magnified I was amazed to see a field of hexagons, just like honeycomb" Photograph (c) Rose-Lynn Fisher/All Rights Reserved

BEE, Photography by Rose-Lynn Fisher
Princeton Architectural Press

"As though revealing a secret, the scanning electron microscope presents a realm of structure, design and pattern at a level of intricacy we are oblivious to in our daily experience."–rose-lynn fisher

An Afternoon with the Artist: June 19 1-5 PM

9 comments:

Avalon said...

Intriguing work, your blog is always a delight

francescbb@hotmail.es said...

Great pictures!!! Good work!!!

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Frank

GYPSYWOMAN said...

just incredible images into another world - we are all so fortunate to have a host-gallery such as your blog to visit!!!

Caio Fernandes said...

very impressive indeed .
doesn't even look like real , but mere illustrations , as our idea of reality is so limited .
good to see it .

Tammie Lee said...

this serious macro work is fantastically enchanting, the world of details! Thank you for sharing this art with us.

Kristin Hjellegjerde said...

I agree with Gypsywoman.
Always excited to see what you have to offer:)
Thank you!

Priscilla Warner said...

Gorgeous. Thanks from another grateful reader.

India said...

Bueno,algo que normalmente me da grima,como son los insectos,en estas fotos me ha resultado bello!
Saludos!

NETTE said...

Kul variant av macro, genom att visa negativen istället.
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Janne