The First Tulip 360

March 18, 2012 at 2:53 PM 1 comment

I remembered my own advice – if something’s cool enough to take a picture of, take more from all around it. Mess with the polarizing filter. Fool with the aperture. Look for what’s not quite right in front of you. The best came last. Click on it to see the whole thing.

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  • 1. Mr Science  |  March 18, 2012 at 10:59 PM

    When many parents think of the scientific method, they remember having to follow it with their high school biology or chemistry labs. However, when you really think about it, what you are talking about is the method, or the process you need to go through to make an experiment valid. It does not matter if you are experimenting with a quick 24 hour science project or a longer complicated high school lab The same steps are followed. The only difference is the amount of time you spend on each step. If you follow the steps in the process, you should have a successful project with logical, valid results.
    Mark

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