March 12, 2013


Oil and water don’t mix.   – Science 101


FOCUS:  Macro

It is interesting to me that when you take something out of context it can resemble something completely different.  For instance, this is simply a photo of oil droplets floating on some water in my kitchen sink.  However, by focusing on just a tiny subset of the entire sink, the patterns formed by the oil resemble something you might see under a microscope.  This is just another example of how photography has helped me look at the world a little differently.


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