A beautiful snowfall last sunday night

On Sunday night I was working late when a snowstorm hit; the storm died down when it came time for me to go home, but I was amazed by the formations the trees made when draped with fresh snow.

They reminded me of Purkinje cells (neurons) that might have been drawn by Ramón y Cajal, or seen through a powerful microscope.

I had enough time to take a few pictures; so, what do you think?

living neuron6 living neuron5

living neuron2 living neuron3 living neuron4

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February 12, 2008  Tags: , , , ,   Posted in: brain, Miscellaneous

2 Responses

  1. Chris - February 14, 2008

    Efrem, lovely pictures. I just discovered your site. I haven’t studied Tigrigna but I know some linguists who have. I’ll send them a link to your blog, maybe they’ll have some suggestions. Happy blogging!

  2. Temaharay - February 14, 2008

    Thanks man, I am sure that I’ll enjoy blogging; but I will be a bit surprized if you did know people who have studied Tigrigna.

    I always assumed that it would be too small to be of interest of most linguists. Live and learn I guess.