Ryoji Tanaka’s photographs may look like alien landscapes, but they are very much of this world. The organometallic chemist at Sagami Chemical Research Institute in Kanagawa, Japan, snaps pictures of everything from iodine to silver using a system of Nikon digital SLR cameras with macro and ultra macro lenses.
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it looks so graphic, so graphism is actually in nature, and everything is, just on different levelts of lenses.. everything createble exists.. amazing
Woah! That is FREEKIN COOL!
Love the metals! Some look like scrub brush or a frost on bare branches! Awesome.