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Drop of water in the spider thread - a look into the mesocosm

Drop of water in the spider thread © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

1/25 sec. f-2.8, ISO 125, 66mm and Close-up lens 77mm                                                     field of view: ~11cm x 11cm

The tiny millimeter large drop of water is pulled through gravity towards the center of the earth and the fine spider thread,
invisible to the naked eye, has to bend to this pressure.

Drop of water in the spider thread © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

1/25 sec. f-2.8, ISO 125, 66mm and Close-up lens 77mm     field of view: ~1.7cm x 1.7cm

Taken from a window, the circular drop reflects the house with its roof.
The spider thread bent by the water pot and the reflection in it represent the combination
of biology, physics and optics in a kind of spherical lens in a fascinating way from the world of the mesocosm.


Orchid Phalaenopsis amabilis

Orchid Phalaenopsis amabilis © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

Orchid: Phalaenopsis amabilis                                                                                                         field of view: ~4cm x 4cm

20 sec. f-22, ISO 50, 70mm and Close-up lens 77mm

Orchid Phalaenopsis amabilis © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

Orchid: Phalaenopsis amabilis                                                                                                   field of view: ~1.7cm x 1.7cm

20 sec. f-22, ISO 50, 70mm and Close-up lens 77mm

Orchid Phalaenopsis amabilis © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

Orchid: Phalaenopsis amabilis   neighbor blossom of the blossom above                                field of view: ~4cm x 4cm

8 sec. f-32, ISO 50, 200mm and Close-up lens 77mm

Orchid Phalaenopsis amabilis © by Bernhard Häusler, Germany

Orchid: Phalaenopsis amabilis   neighbor blossom of the blossom above                          field of view: ~0.7cm x 0.7cm

8 sec. f-32, ISO 50, 200mm  and Close-up lens 77mm


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 IAU codes: B82 Maidbronn and K87 Dettelbach Vineyard Observatory