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tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation

tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation

Visible light that humans can directly perceive is a tiny slice of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Visible light that humans can directly perceive is a tiny slice of the electromagnetic spectrum.

tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation. digitally collaged.   Artist Fawn Rogers,  Visible Light,  Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity,  Gradient,  Gradient Art, Rainbow Light,  Rainbow Art, Natural Light,  Prism Light,  Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation. digitally collaged. Artist Fawn Rogers, Visible Light, Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity, Gradient, Gradient Art, Rainbow Light, Rainbow Art, Natural Light, Prism Light, Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

tiny slice from a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation. digitally bent light. Artist Fawn Rogers,  Visible Light,  Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity,  Gradient,  Gradient Art, Rainbow Light,  Rainbow Art, Natural Light,  Prism Light,  Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

tiny slice from a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged. no color manipulation. digitally bent light. Artist Fawn Rogers, Visible Light, Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity, Gradient, Gradient Art, Rainbow Light, Rainbow Art, Natural Light, Prism Light, Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged double exposure no color manipulation. Artist Fawn Rogers,  Visible Light,  Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity,  Gradient,  Gradient Art, Rainbow Light,  Rainbow Art, Natural Light,  Prism Light,  Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

tiny slice of a photograph of rainbow light and enlarged double exposure no color manipulation. Artist Fawn Rogers, Visible Light, Contemporary Art, Exposing Infinity, Gradient, Gradient Art, Rainbow Light, Rainbow Art, Natural Light, Prism Light, Abstract Light, Abstract Art, Light Abstraction, Abstract Photography, Sky Life Sky Arts, Minimalism, Minimalism Art, Naked Light, Color

Light waves, visible and invisible - Each kind of light has a unique wavelength, but human eyes can only perceive a tiny slice of the full spectrum -- the very narrow range from red to violet. Microwaves, radio waves, x-rays and more are hiding, invisible, just beyond our perception. Lucianne Walkowicz shows us the waves we can't see.

Light waves, visible and invisible - Each kind of light has a unique wavelength, but human eyes can only perceive a tiny slice of the full spectrum -- the very narrow range from red to violet. Microwaves, radio waves, x-rays and more are hiding, invisible, just beyond our perception. Lucianne Walkowicz shows us the waves we can't see.

Over 200,000 galaxies fill this image!  With the exception of a handful of blue-looking stars, everything in this zoom is a galaxy, probably billions of light years away.

Over 200,000 galaxies fill this image! With the exception of a handful of blue-looking stars, everything in this zoom is a galaxy, probably billions of light years away.

Star of Katandru ~ Locality: Sri Lanka. Weight: 16.21 ct. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC | …This optical phenomenon, called asterism, is caused by light reflecting off of parallel bundles of tiny hollow tubes or fibrous crystals of another mineral inside the gemstone. When a properly oriented stone is cut “en cabochon,” round or oval shape with a domed top and flat bottom, the star is visible.

Star of Katandru ~ Locality: Sri Lanka. Weight: 16.21 ct. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC | …This optical phenomenon, called asterism, is caused by light reflecting off of parallel bundles of tiny hollow tubes or fibrous crystals of another mineral inside the gemstone. When a properly oriented stone is cut “en cabochon,” round or oval shape with a domed top and flat bottom, the star is visible.

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