What’s in a name like Cyclops? It’s the eye on the Cyclops moth wing but this is a fine arts photo of scales at the bend of the wing. For some reason individual scales call to mind seed pods on bales of straw. The bales I sat on during blue-sky days in fields of brown. I can even smell the straw bales when I think about it. Good thing I don’t have allergies.
Cyclops Moth Wing is available because you want an unframed fine arts print at 8X10, 11X14 or 16X20 inches for a stunning appearance on your home, office or gallery wall. Cyclops Moth Wing is printed on museum quality, archival paper from a high resolution digital image signed by the artist, Jerry Sedgewick.
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This Art Mistere (mystery) by Jerry Sedgewick is of a Cyclops moth (polyphemus moth) with top lighting. The image was taken with a Foveon chip camera on a microscope with a 4x objective using 20+ optical planes to generate a single image.