Jun 9, 2009

world of biofilms

If you've left a comment in recent days and haven't yet got a return visit from me, the reason for it is that I've just got too much work...
That's also the reason why you'll get to see a peculiar photo today. It's a work photo:



What you see here is a busy underwater biofilm producing lots of bubbles in the process of digesting all sorts of stuff that has been washed or has fallen into the river.

Happy watery wednesday to you all.

16 comments:

2sweetnsaxy said...

Cool shot and thanks for the explanation of what's going on. Hope you're at least getting some rest between all of that work. :-)

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Sanna said...

Seem so natural!

James said...

This would be perfect for "ABC Wednesday" too today's letter is U.
Looks like you have a very interesting job.

Maggie May said...

That is a great picture and an interesting subject.
Don't worry about a return visit. I understand that you are busy!

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing this photo. I'm always interested in underwater shots. To the untrained eye it looks like an interesting bunch of rocks but I am sure they're telling you quite a story.

VALKYRIEN said...

I would also have believed it was a shot of rocks! Nice shot of the rocks - but i am glad you a explaned! :)

Guy D said...

Wow is that ever cool, great shot.

Cheers
Guy
Regina In Pictures

bettyl said...

That's awesome! And you get to share your work with us, too! I know you'll get around to visiting us when you can...no worries, mate!

Tammie Lee said...

this is one trippy photo, I like it.

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Regina said...

Great. Love this!

Arija said...

Always nice to see a different aspect of our world. Nice shot of a different view of life.

Amanda Guthrie said...

That is very cool I wish my job was this exciting!

srp said...

I had never seen these before... I must do a little more research on them... one never stops learning.

Leora said...

All I can say is: wow. Underwater. Wow again.