This is a very close-up view (4x life-size) of fat greenling (Hexagrammos otakii) eggs that are on the verge of hatching, with eyes and vascular structure visible.
When newly spawned, the eggs are translucent, with a tinge of pigment, the color of which varies from nearly white to yellows, brownish reds, greens, blues and even purples. Here, the eggs have become covered with algae and other things while the embryos developed.
Each print is chopped with my logo. Sizes listed are the dimensions of the printed image in inches (see FAQ for equivalent sizes in centimeters). There is an additional white border around the image to allow for framing. A complete list of image and paper sizes can be found in the FAQ.