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Eye in the Sky

Here is another image taken with a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). I found this on Artsy Science. Tracy runs this blog and creates the images. I love this photo he says the following on this creation.

I'm sure many are thinking "dammit Tracy, enough with the freakin' Velcro® already!"

So, for my next little number, I present to you a fly eye imaged with the Scanning Electron Microscope (pseudocolored for artsyness).
"Fly Eye"
Credit: Tracy E. Anderson


Anonymous said...

i bet those little pads are his real eyes because i heard that a flys eyes pretect it's real eyes

Anonymous said...

everybody knows thats what a flys eye looks lyk. =]

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