Do you see butterfly wings? Biochemist Linden Gladhill has turned nature into beautiful art.
Confession: I’m not a big fan of modern art. The abstract, stark contrast, sometimes just one color fading to different tones on a canvas, I find utterly uninteresting in a sense of “I could do that.” (Noted: this incredulous thought is never actually true, because I don’t do that.)
But what if I saw them as butterfly wings? These pictures look like the modern art I hate, but they are in fact the work of Linden Gladhill, a biochemist with a hobby of photographing butterfly wings at extreme close-up.
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