Iridescent Glass Worms, Fruiting Slime Molds, and a Glowing Eel Larvae Top Close-Up Photography Contest

Ebert illustrates the coalescence of naturally-produced light from various animals and artificially-highlighted light from photography. Different aperture and polarization techniques were used to capture the effects of light on the surroundings, and resultingly, on the biological organs themselves. In a world where pigmentation seems so synthetic, it is comforting to see the presence of colour in a the natural world — a bountiful combination of patterns and vibrancies.

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