Stentor (yet again)

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Charles Krebs
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Stentor (yet again)

Post by Charles Krebs »

My electronic flash died, so I dug into my stash of old Vivitar 283's and fired up another one. Needed something moving fast to test it out, and since I'm a sucker for the metachronal rhythm of cilia, these stentors worked out nicely.



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Post by Ken Ramos »

Looks as though your new flash, generally speaking, is working quite well Charlie. Beautiful images as usual. :D I read somewhere that less than 1% of the people here in this country, will ever look through a microscope to witness such things as this. I don't how that figure was caluclated but I would not doubt it. :roll:

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Post by Cyclops »

Great shots Charles,i love stentor and have fond memories of the first one i saw years ago!
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Post by beetleman »

I think Charles could use the light from a firefly and still come out with excellent photos like these.
Take Nothing but Pictures--Leave Nothing but Footprints.
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