Not so "haute" horlogerie

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harisA
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Not so "haute" horlogerie

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Image from a quartz seiko sportura mechanism.
Epi brightfield illumination 5x fluor objective.

These are cheap plastic parts...................
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very nice, love the 'grunge' texture (:
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very nice.

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Post by Jacek »

Very nice

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Very nice "hard industrial micro graphic"!

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Excellent

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Post by _Michal_ »

Great

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Thank you all for your kind words.

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Very good and interesting photograph.

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Post by Fredlab »

Nice shot.
Really creative.
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