May 10, 2016
In this photograph of the Vermilion River bottom (seen through water) the tiny bubbles are oxygen being released by the algae beneath them. The second image is a detail of the first.
This entry was posted on May 10, 2016 by Linda Grashoff. It was filed under River, Shale, Water and was tagged with bubbles, photography, Schoepfle Garden, shale, Vermilion River.
It’s interesting to know the science behind the patterns – I like to imagine I’m in a plane looking down – expanding your topography quite a lot! Just got back from NY – a long flight across the country that I unfortunately spent on the aisle, oh well. I can fantasize here…
May 13, 2016 at 11:10 AM
Oh, that’s fun! I just imagined it, too. Those “trees” give the bubbles a different sense of scale.
May 15, 2016 at 3:57 PM
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