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Holiday greetings; Media: assorted molds and fungus

Posted on Tuesday, December 25th, 2012 in Holiday by Ian

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Holiday greetings grown in a petri dish. Trees and snowman are also very nice.

Via Making Electronics Thingies in Amsterdam mailing list.

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One Response to “Holiday greetings; Media: assorted molds and fungus”

  1. Mmmmm. Mold & fungus….. It’s like my refrigerator back in my bachelor days :-)

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