Tubular Blue

© Michael S. Baker

Tubular Blue

Steve Downen 12/25/2006 7:51:53 PM

This is very interesting! What is this, if I may ask? It is quite unique and intriguing. #577476

Melissa G. Meiselman 12/25/2006 7:53:00 PM

This image really does things to the eyes as you scroll it up and down. Great shot of whatever, Michael!!! #3740148

Michael S. Baker 12/26/2006 4:02:40 AM

Thanks, Steve D., Melissa G. Glad you liked this image. I'll add comments to the description.
Mike B-

Steve Downen 12/26/2006 9:50:15 PM

thanks for the description! #3742921

Michael S. Baker 2/3/2007 3:35:36 AM

Original image showing tubular structure. Imaged captured at Fermilab, a High Energy Physics laboratory located in Batavia, IL. My images 'Spiral' and 'Tubular Blue' came from this. You can actually stand inside the structure, look upwards and see my 'Spiral' point of view. #3906432

Michael S. Baker 2/3/2007 3:36:08 AM

Original pic attached. #3906434

Ken Smith 4/25/2007 8:19:49 PM

Excellent perspective, Mike. Congrats!! #4214234

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Image captured at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)in Batavia, IL. A structure of chrome tubes towering approximately 15 feet high. The tubes twist from the bottom of the structure to the top, forming a spiral near the top.

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