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April 13, 2009

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Beautiful work Michael. The way the light reflected of the glass one can imagine immense sand dunes and a rich blue sky filled with mixed and cirrus shaped clouds.

I wonder how many other scientists kitchens(with long suffering wives or mothers)have doubled as laboratories?!

Or laboratories doubled as kitchens?

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