When we were taking samples in February Clodagh attempted to image the small apple fruit from the Crab Apple Tree. She was unable to do so as it contained too much liquid. It dried out and shriveled up over the month and in March she attempted to image it again. The resultant images I think are well worth the wait. What do you think?
When I looked at these images and those of the macro photos I took of a Snake bark lenticle (see below) they immediately reminded me of topographical images and models. Also see below for some examples.
Macro image of Snake Bark lenticle, photo Olivia Hassett
These images then inspired a further trawl through the internet to see what other works have been inspired by tomography. This really got me to thinking about the possibilites of working with stacked layers/ layers of colour or layers of any kind…..more to follow as I progress this idea further.
The arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an area.
The distribution of parts or features on the surface of or within an organ or organism.