Weekly Photo Challenge : Alphabet


The alphabet set that make us who we are (A,C,G,T sequences that make up our genome). My sister is a doctor, and I have come to believe that when she looks at people all she can see is a collection of nerves, muscles and bones. Well, as a computational biologist by training, this is how I see people 🙂 , infinite sequences of A,C,G,T – the alphabets designated to the building blocks that make  up our DNA.

Photo clicked at the Natural History Museum, Washington D.C.

(In response to this week’s photo challenge : alphabet)



    • I like it when my photograph is liked for its artistic merit but love it when it is informative at the same time. Thanks for dropping by and taking the time to share your thoughts. Much appreciated.

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    • Thank you so much Kim. Sending best wishes from the northern hemisphere. 🙂
      This is one of the many reasons I love blogging, I get to meet wonderful people from all around the world and share a part of my life with them, a picture, a word or both. 🙂

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