My ongoing interest in aerial photography has served as counterpoint in the larger context of my work that explores the continuum between vast and tiny. In 1996 I acquired a fragment of my own hip bone and over the years from time to time, I reexamined it through a scanning electron microscope at magnifications that range from 10x to 25,000x, captivated by all these variations of blood cells lining the passages and plains of bone matter. In 2019 I began inverting a selection of these images viewing them from a fresh perspective, in a new light.
A range of bodily fluids including my own blood and synovial fluid from knee viewed through a standard light optical microscope.
© Rose-Lynn Fisher 2011-2020