Due to illness, I’ve been unable to take pictures for the last five years. I thought that instead of one of my old ones, I’d show you one of my husband’s, taken on an iPhone 6s. My plan is to get back out into the world as soon as possible and am using this remarkable image as motivation.
One of my photos is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Cell Chemical Biology. The article describes research into metformin, a drug derived from the French lilac (Galega officinalis), for the treatment of breast cancer. The research was done at the University of Minnesota, and was sponsored in part by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
This is especially meaningful to me because my grandmother was a cancer research scientist.
The Salt Lake City Sports Complex served as the official training venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Its two ice sheets are open year-round for figure skating and hockey. After 11 years here, I’ve finally found a place for relief from the unbearably hot summer days. Last week I took a few photos while my teacher sprayed ice at me.
A macro photograph of a budding agapanthus with colorful bokeh at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California. Though not of the lily family, the beautiful blue flowers of the agapanthus plant are commonly known as lilies of the Nile and African lilies.