Thursday, October 21, 2010
Paperclips atop the world's largest cyclotron
Ali Lambert was the local favourite after a photowalk at TRIUMPH near UBC. Another TRIUMPH entry won the international competition for photographers who applied to visit the worlds' cyclotrons.
Photographer: Ali Lambert
This image won first place in TRIUMF's local competition. Atop the world's largest cyclotron at TRIUMF, paperclips experience some fringe magnetic field and stand upright, dancing atop the table's surface. High-school student Ali Lambert artfully captured this iconic experience of all visitors to TRIUMF.
Which high school? Does anyone know?
Flickr wants us to link back to them, so not knowing what that means, here's the link...