daniel stoupin, a doctoral candidate in marine biology at the university of queensland, has photographed a variety of coral species using full spectrum light to reveal fluorescent pigments that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. each piece (click pic for name) is from the great barrier reef. given the complexity of the techniques used, which involve time-lapse and stereoscopic and focus stacked photography, the images take up to ten hours to produce in the lab.
Homeland meme → 4 relationships [4/4] "He meets this young person, this person he feels is an extraordinary human being—that she’s incredibly gifted, unbelievably smart and has a heightened sensitivity to human nature. He finds her and pours his heart and soul and education—everything he’s learned—into her and she drinks it up like a sponge. She’s faster than he can ever imagine…. She is his dybbuk, she’s his mythical soldier, but she’s also human and she’s frail and he is aware of that. He is aware of her ego, her nature, her stubbornness, her rebel.” —Mandy Patinkin
NEW PROJECT: Relics of Technology Launching this project today along with a new web edit, check it out here. More about the Relics:
The seeds for the Relics of technology project started when I found a brick cell phone at a thrift store in rural Oregon. Since finding it, similar bits and pieces of old technology and media kept grabbing my attention.
The fascination was equal parts nostalgia for the forms, and curiosity as to what had become of them. One thing led to another and I was on the hunt for groups of media and key pieces of technology, most of which have now been downsized to fit in the palm of our hands. These photos are reminders that progress has a price and our efforts have an expiration date.