UK Talent Janet Waters created an extraordinary series of abstract photographs by taking macro shots of bubbles and foam with her macro lens. The result is intricate and ethereal. (Thanks Danna!)
Eric Fischer made this set of maps featuring geotagged Flickr and Twitter posts. Red dots are for Flickr posts, blue dots are for Tweets and white dots are for both. Check these out too.
Eric Fischer has come up with a clever photo series based on the Flickr geotags in major cities. Red areas are tourist photos have been taken and blue areas are the work of the locals. (Thanks Johann!)
The most minute details of our world are seen through the use of a scanning electron microscope in the MicroWorld series of photographs from Alan Jaras, whose work we’ve previously enjoyed.
Symmetry Explorer is a Flickr mashup that takes images (based on any search term) and arbitrarily reflects them on the fly. Above is our super bendy MacBook Air.
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