Macro photography of coffee beans

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Wednesday 4 April 2012

Phoenix-based artist and photographer, William LeGoullon uses his past jobs as a barista and bartender as inspiration for his latest works. By experimenting with beverage culture and craft as his driving influence, his photographs allow us to develop a deeper understanding of what it is that we collectively enjoy and consume. His Coffee Roasting Phases was recently featured on Brian Jones’ DCILY. Anyone who enjoys a cup of joe, should take a look at this beautiful examination of coffee beans photographed through a microscope.

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William LeGoullon’s micrograph images

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Saturday 6 August 2011

These are examples of Arizona-based photographic artist, William LeGoullon’s micro-graph images. Created using a microscope mounted camera, this on-going series observes liquids in their solid form, and includes the most commonly consumed beverages in the world (other than H20). Here are coffee, wine, and Coca Cola.

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