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I'd Lick Them: Microscopic Views Of Dried Human Tears

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This is 'Topography of Tears', a series of microscopic photographs of human tears taken by Rose-Lynn Fisher. It's weird how most of them look like little maps of Middle Earth. I can almost imagine Frodo and the rest of his hairy little friends bounding down a grassy knoll, ready for adventure. And -- what's this -- a group of naked elves emerging from the forest! Hmmm....their face and long hair kind of make it hard to tell the sexes apart. Are they girls? Are they boys? Who cares, let's all go play in the river!

Keep going for a bunch more, but check out an in depth article about the different kinds of tears and stuff HERE.

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Thanks to lilco, who agrees the best tears are the ones cried with a winning lotto scratcher in your hand.

There are Comments.
  • This kind of reminds me of the documentary "Water the great mystery". It's really a must watch! It talks about how water can be affected by emotions and how it may be alive. http://hight3ch.com/water-the-...

  • Rick_McRockock

    Georgio Tsoukalos told me those are encrypted messages from aliens...

  • Shane Anderson

    lays out like a metropolis

  • DEṂ

    That's just cool. Looks like landscapes as seen from a plane! You need some tissues to wipe them tears? http://dem.fm/Skleenex

  • Jacques-André Langelier

    slow day?

  • Krames

    just for comments

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