Reflections: Light yogurt

Light shining through from beneath a bowl of yogurt. The light is guided by the glassware bowl, which normally appears opaque with external lighting, and exits at the sites of internal cracks and bubbles “frozen” into the glass, and which are not normally visible. The light attenuates as it transmits through the yogurt, coloring it and causing thicker parts to appear darker.
01 January 2022
Photo by Nicholas Pellegrino, University of Waterloo, Canada
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