Monday, July 1, 2013

Flower and Fluorescein



A somewhat unusual photo of a white rose, a little fluorescein (a color used as marker in ultraviolet light) was added to the water and the flower takes it up. In ultraviolet light, the veins stand out and show their unique pattern. 

Fluorescein experiments flowers
White rose with fluorescein.

18 comments:

  1. wow! exquisite... love the color and all the detail!

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  2. That was a cool thing to do, thanks for sharing and explaining how the rose became so unique.

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  3. Wow,this is simply stunning.

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  4. Wow! Eine wunderschöne Rose! Und alles nur mit Zusatz im Wasser ... beeindruckend!

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  5. It's stretching it to call it blue, but it is gorgeous.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Happy 1st Blue Monday, Christian.

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  6. WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOUR CAMERA SKILLS DID ON THIS BEAUTY.

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  7. Interesting method. Well done Christian.

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  8. I love that pretty flower with fluorescein, precious picture!

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  9. Beautiful capture. I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  10. Gotta LOVE macro photography!! Just exquisite!

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  11. Gorgeous...stunning flower and photo!

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  12. Very beautiful shot - it shimmers. Thanks for sharing:)

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