Yevgenia Obraztsova’s costumes for Romeo and Juliet
A macrophage (pale brown) interacts with Borrelia cells (blue), the spirochete bacteria that cause Lyme disease. Although the outer membrane of Borreliacontains a strong antigen, the OspC protein, the bacterium successfully evades the human immune system by hiding out in places less accessible to immune cells, such as the central nervous system.
I took this photo in Florence. i was in front of them for 1 hour, trying to photograph the correct symmetry
- Tetrahymena (micrograph middle row)
- Euglena (micrograph middle row)
- Paramecium (micrograph middle row)
- Arcella (micrograph bottom row)
- Stentor (micrograph bottom row)
Micrographs from the Droplet gallery
I wanna thank the universe for this gifset
“Lady with Cape and Hat”, 1898, Gustav Klimt.
Anna Caterina Antonacci and Elizabeth Norberg Schulz
"Tu sola, o mia Giuletta…O tu, mia sola speme… Ah! Crudel! Che mai facesti?"
I was searching for more Antonacci singing Ravel and somehow I got to this and there was no way I wasn’t going to post La Antonacci singing Romeo in tights.