Photo Synthesis

Photo Synthesis: Call for Bloggers


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As you may know, Photo Synthesis is a rotating blog, featuring the work of a different photoblogger each month.

The powers that be here at ScienceBlogs tell me they are still considering candidates for the coming month and for following months. So. If you have a favorite science photographer who blogs, or blogger who photographs, send your suggestion to editorial@scienceblogs.com. Or, just post a comment below.

Don’t be shy about recommending yourself, either, if you fit the high profile of a Photo Synthesis blogger. Generally, aside from the obvious bit about photography, we here at Photo Synthesis tend to be internationally celebrated, devilishly attractive, charming at parties, proficient at PCR, skilled in fighting street crime, and good with cats.

image from ishkur.com

Comments

  1. #1 Grumpy
    April 22, 2009

    One sort of expects it in soap ads and such, but in a so-called science blog, to see chimpanzees referred to as monkeys is disheartening.

    Unlike monkeys, chimpanzees have no tails. Just like us, chimpanzees are APES.

  2. #2 Alex
    April 22, 2009

    I have no problem calling chimps monkeys. Or humans monkeys, for that matter.

    Monkeys become paraphyletic if we remove apes from the group. And trust me. No one wants paraphyly.

  3. #3 Adrian Thysse, FCD
    April 23, 2009

    I nominate entomologist Ted MacRae of Beetles in the Bush (http://beetlesinthebush.wordpress.com/).He is moving up to DSLR equipment soon so he can relate his experiences with the new equipment, besides giving the straight poop on the bugs he blogs about.

  4. #4 Neil
    April 23, 2009

    Im a wildlife photography blogger, and I sneak in some science too.
    But Im not sure Im internationally celebrated, devilishly attractive, charming at parties, proficient at PCR or skilled in fighting street crime, and I prefer dogs….

  5. #5 jfwells
    April 23, 2009

    Would you consider a fly fishing/entomology photographer? If so, please contact this gentleman:

    http://www.westfly.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=557260&page=1

    He takes some incredible bug pics.

  6. #6 (O)CT(O)PUS
    April 25, 2009

    I nominate ECOPHOTOS.

  7. #7 Steve Gough
    April 26, 2009

    You should check out BrianR at clasticdetritus.com; he has a nice Flickr stream.

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