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Light reflection

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Modeseven on Twitter: "Light Reflection Tutorial Specular = Mirror-like Subsurface = Deeper surfaces of an object that reflect light Absorption = Where light is transformed to another form of energy like heat resulting in weaker/coloured light https://t.co/yBwnYkv138" / Twitter

“Light Reflection Tutorial Specular = Mirror-like Subsurface = Deeper surfaces of an object that reflect light Absorption = Where light is transformed to another form of energy like heat resulting in weaker/coloured light”

STEM / Science for Kids: Exploring Rainbow Reflections with a CD and Paper Snowflakes- fun way to explore light! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

We love rainbow science, and this STEAM / STEM light activity using a blank CD and paper is a really fun one! Not only will kids create rainbow reflections with the CD, but they’ll use paper to alter the patterns of the light. Follow our Science for Kids and STEM for Kids Pinterest boards! …

I'm not a very good writer but I'm an excellent rewriter. James A. Michener #writingpic.twitter.com/o8fWvwdnks

I'm not a very good writer but I'm an excellent rewriter. James A. Michener #writingpic.twitter.com/o8fWvwdnks

English artist Christine Wood uses little squares in glass to create very beautiful circular artworks where the light reflects different colorful patterns on the wall. She plays with geometry, shadows and the viewers’ perception

English artist Christine Wood uses little squares in glass to create very beautiful circular artworks where the light reflects different colorful patterns on th

Suzy Poling, Mirrored Crystal System, 2016 Mirrors, wood, projections, motors and mylar, Variable dimensions. image courtesy of the artist and CULT exhibitions.

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