Imaginarium Of Tears by Maurice Mikkers

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

“The project “Imaginarium Of Tears” is a series of micrographs, that shows the hidden beauty behind a tear. Tears are often seen as a weakness and therefore not always accepted in our daily life. However, a tear can also be a beautiful thing. By capturing these tears I want to show you, that your “weakness” can also result in something very beautiful.” Maurice Mikkers

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Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Psychic tear: This tear is harvested after a forced emotional response.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions and eating a red pepper.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions and eating a red pepper.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Basal tears: This tear is harvested after looking in to a fan for a few minutes.

Psychic tear: This tear is harvested after a forced emotional response.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after eating a red pepper.

Psychic tear: This tear is harvested after a forced emotional response.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after eating a mini red chili pepper.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after crying from high dosed menthol oil on eyelid.

Basal tears: This tear is harvested after looking in to a fan for a few minutes.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions.

Reflex tear: This tear is harvested after cutting white onions, putting pepper in the eyes, snorting water and eating a red pepper.

via [Lost At E Minor]

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