It’s been a long time since I have participated in a WordPress photo challenge. Guess life (and laze) got in the way.
As far as the image is concerned – I find something rather oddly satisfying about it. It is the image of a catalyst obtained by a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and as indicated in the scale, we’re dealing with something whose length is roughly about a millionth of a metre! A general rule of thumb we consider is that the greater the surface area available on a catalyst, the more effective it is in its application. Now I can’t pinpoint what exactly caused my sample to well, mutate like this – (although I have my theories 😉 ) but no one can say that this lil beauty doesn’t have surface area to work with.
They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, and I probably have some weird tastes!