Microcanyon

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    microcrack after bending test,
    colored by Manuel Paller

    Courtesy of Martina Dienstleder

    Image Details
    Instrument used: Nova DualBeam Family
    Horizontal Field Width: 67µm
    Voltage: 5kV
    Working Distance: 6.0
    Detector: ETD - SE

    Nélson Costa, gonzinigonz, and 33 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Nélson Costa 35 months ago | reply

      Beautiful
      Love it!
      5*

    2. gina_belgium 35 months ago | reply

      Looks real in fact! Coloring is done beautifully too! I really love images taken under such steeps angles

    3. eddy 1944 35 months ago | reply

      Fantastic!! Looks like a real Canyon.
      *****

    4. SentioStudio 33 months ago | reply

      Impressive! Congrats of winning the 2011 FEI Owner Image Contest, I've just read it at the Huffington Post.

      I hope you don't mind my posting of your photograph on my personal tumblr . I did it with the corresponding copyright information and links to your flickr photostream.

      You can find the post here.

      If you want it removed, please let me know and I'll do it immediately.

      Thanks again and congratulations on winning the contest.

      Best regards,
      Sam

    5. peacenow9 33 months ago | reply

      Like a fractal of the grand canyon or other "macro" fissures in the earth. Iron is a very prevalent molecule, and steel has much iron in it. So that perhaps it's not surprising that the micro fissures mimic different orders of scale. I wish a pre colorized version was visible as well. Is there such a thing as b&w or color in these micro photographs?

    6. vcibt 33 months ago | reply

      I hope to be come here!

    7. KouKon 32 months ago | reply

      WOW!!!!!!!

    8. Vafam 19 months ago | reply

      I see a depth in image. Are you add blur to picture by software?

    9. Erica L Holt ( Woodlandphotog ) 14 months ago | reply

      so very cool! i thought it was chocolate! ;)

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