I used to teach a short course in the history of medicine. Harvey Cushing was one of my favorites:One can never have too many clamps . . .
It was hard for me to decide which one to post here. The b&w version is a little more abstract, I gave it a little more contrast.I love both versions of this image. Thank you for posting it.
One of my favorite books.I got this idea yesterday, so threw a few things together today - I like that it kind of harmonizes with Matt's workstation photo. I've done a few "EDC" (everyday carry) photos, which I've shared with EDC communities online. It's a fun hobby to collect and put together cool combinations of gadgets, gizmos and tools. I started re-reading Neuromancer, which is among my favorite SciFi books, and since I was carrying the GRIII that day, I laid them down together... and was struck by how well the stealthy and uber-modern camera looks next to the glowing green Ace paperback. So today I grabbed another couple things: my CRKT Otanashi Noh Ken ("Silent Sword") knife, and my old Nexus 6 phone (I'm not using it daily today, but kind of have it set up as a mini tablet). Then I photographed with my GX9, and took it into PL3 and then Nik to apply an absurd amount of filters. Polaroid transfer is the main one adding the level of grunginess to this. So, because I have a boring day off and I'm a huge SciFi and fantasy nerd, here's my "Cyberpunk EDC."
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