Monday, November 15, 2010

Inside the Egg

Paul Vecsei's photo - Inside the Egg (shown above) inspired me to inquire further about this particular area of his fisheries biology research. Paul obliged my questions and agreed to gather up the following series of photos that he shot of Arctic grayling eggs, developing embryos, just hatched fry and elegant parr stages. The photography is stunning. This collection literally and figuratively magnifies the powerful yet fragile transformation. Visit Fish as art's photostream for titles, captions and more; like a close up image of an adult Arctic grayling in the wild.








Way Upstream Gallery 2010 Courtesy of Paul Vecsei

4 comments:

Tradd Duggan said...

Impressive Macro shots!

Stephanie & Dustin said...

Absolutely incredible! -stephanie

Michelle said...

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Thanks ahead :)

El Pescador said...

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