Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Particles of Microscopic Joy

My husband may not get my work (see earlier posts), but he surely "gets" me. For Christmas he blew me away by surprising me with a lab-quality microscope with a digital camera attachment. To see some of my early attempts at finding art in even tinier places than I ever have before, click here.

I have the best life!


At 7:33 AM, Blogger Dan Waber said...

Wow! That's the coolest!

At 1:39 PM, Blogger Renmeleon said...

That is incredible hun, wonderful gift. I would love to know what kind of equipment, would love to get my hands on something like that for what I do as well. The Rolo wrapped was wild.

Find me a dragonfly! :::please::: hehe Would love to see some photos of one of those.

Glad you had such a wonderful Christmas. Have a blast with your new toy (those are awesome for finding new textures for art); can't wait to see more!

Ria :)

At 3:07 PM, Blogger - Fat Red Ant said...

Thanks Ria! I shooting a dragonfly on my list. I will let you know when I get one. I know a woman in town who is a former graphic designer and is now studying to be an entomologist. (At my tag sale last May she bought a box of mason jars to keep her specimen!) I have left a message for her that I want to talk to her about bugs...I'm sure with our shared interests we can create some great stuff. But I have to say...dryer lint should not be overlooked!

I have added a little info about the equipment to Several people are interested.

Stay well and I will keep you posted!

At 1:00 AM, Blogger Troy Thomas said...

Those photos are great!

.-= Troy =-.

At 6:10 PM, Blogger RF Côté (reg) said...

You are very fortunate to have met quite a generous Santa. This kit must have cost quite a few Pesos!!! Your first pictures are just awesome!!! Very promising and most importantly, have fun. Wish you best for 2006!!!


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