Since today is artlessly ParaSaturday (parasite-Saturday) on io9, columnist Marcus DeSieno , best accepted for his Victorian-style portraits of assorted bacteria breed assuming like abstracts of the old West, was acceptable abundant to abide to us his latest: Two Worms Having Sex. Namely, Schistosoma mansoni — claret flukes.
DeSieno, whose photography has been profiled on National Geographic, the Smithsonian, Slate Magazine and Wired, amid others, uses a dry bowl gelatin ferrotype to accord the images their ancient quality. According to DeSieno, “I booty the images with a scanning electron microscope, again booty that agenda book and about-face it into a agenda abrogating for the darkroom. That’s area I betrayal it assimilate a small, tintype plate. The amalgamation amid abreast imaging technology and aged accurate processes allege to a beyond history of photography and its change as a tool, to see the airy and concealed in affiliation to science.”
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And the flukes, as promised:
Mr. Desieno has —as he assures us —granted io9 abounding permission to *HOST* these bacteria photographs. Haha.
See added at his website, here:
All photos by Marcus DeSieno Photography © 2014
Contact the columnist at [email protected]
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