Science in motion
The results are in for the September photo competition at New Scientist! The theme was Science in Motion, a topic interpreted in so many ways the posted gallery is a wonderfully diverse collection of images.
The winning entry was from Andrea Gabrieli for his photo of Genovese snow adding a rare visual element to air turbulence.
My favorite is an entry submitted by Mario Cirillo of Italy. Cirillo’s entry overlays the reflection of trees with fish swimming in a pool, suggesting the fish are floating through the misty air between the trees. Beautiful.