Convex Lens in Nature

This art is a print created using the sun print method. In addition, color shades and details were added with colored pencils in order to strengthen the values of the art. This piece shows that science can be found in everyday life. When you look closely at the raindrops, you might notice the reflected images are flipped upside down. The science behind this is that raindrops work like convex lenses (such as cameras and our eyes). For convex lenses, if the distance from the object to the lens is greater than twice the focal length, then the real image will be formed as a smaller upside-down image.

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