photo by Dr. Adam Summers
In a Feb. 24 story, Wired
magazine science reporter Nadia Drake explains how biomechanist Dr. Adam Summers turned a bunch of fish skeletons into brilliant, colorful works of art. Click here
to see the slideshow at wired.com.
Summers, also known as "Fish Guy"
(@Fishguy_FHL), is the associate director of the University of Washington's Comparative Vertebrate Biomechanics Lab at Friday Harbor. An exhibit of his beautiful sea creature photos is on display at Seattle Aquarium