Whiskey Photography … under a microscope!
March 7, 2012 § 10 Comments
Last week, I was excited to click on a link from a friend to an article in the Huffington Post published about scientist Michael Davidson. The article says that back in the 1990’s, Davidson used a high-powered microscope at the Florida State Research Foundation to photograph a variety of drinks – mostly of the alcoholic variety (fun!).
The results are really – well – stunning. I’ve shared 2 of the whisky photos below as well as a piña colada, tequila & vodka tonic. Before or after consuming one of these beverages – I might swear that I had just seen these hanging in the MOMA. What do you think? Can your favorite drink be both a work of art on your bar and on your wall?
The above is a photo of Scotch. The article doesn’t say if it’s a blended Scotch or single malt though …
This looks like abstract coffee beans to me! But instead … it’s Tennessee Whiskey!
The next three are not of the whisky/whiskey variety but fun and beautiful nonetheless. Enjoy!!!
Please click HERE to be taken to Huffington Post’s original article and to see more beautiful photos!