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photoblog image 'The amoebae were left dead & dying...'

'The amoebae were left dead & dying...'

'The amoebae were left dead & dying...'

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  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 5 May 2009, 06:12
no no I definitely see some cell division going on here..
Dave Carrington: Ye Gods...they are evolving before our very eyes! smile
absolutely no idea what this is Dave, enlighten me pleasesmile painting? nice colours though.
Dave Carrington: Hey, Tim. I shall tell all: it's the remnants of silicon glue on a concrete background where some sort of sign had once been is where you find it, I say! smile
I thought at first that these looked very much like the dried seed cases of a plant called Honesty ... Honestly, I did Dave.

Could be dessicated water-colour tablets that can be found in paint pallets.

Well that's me done and I'm reduced to a single cell gibbering wreck myself ...

;-) richard
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Mr. Trim! See the above explanation given to Tim: grooving to a monocellular beat this night! smile
Thought it was swine flu for a moment...nearly broke out in a rasher!
Dave Carrington: I may be pig-ignorant, Bill, but I don't think there's too much to be concerened about. Bacon butties are still looking good... smile
I have one of these. Isn't it strange what people photograph.
Dave Carrington: Har! Yes, it is: it's what you can do with it that counts. I shot this not knowing what would be the outcome, just that it would become something interesting: causality, maybe?

Or is that just artistic bo**ocks? smile
I can see you would make a great art student. You clearly have the right vocabulary!
Dave Carrington: Har! I'm mastering the vocab, but the only thing I haven't got is a desire to dye my hair strange colours & wear all black clothing bought from a charity shop! smile

Then again, you seem to have resisted & survived!!

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