This is a 35mm color transparency (13) taken at 64 x magnification over the nose of the image. This photo reveals the threads of the cloth and most important the fibers that make up each thread. The yellowed fibers are the basic building blocks of the image. The fiber diameter (10 to 15 microns) is way less than that of the hairs on one’s head. It is these yellowed cellulose fibers from the flax plant that make up the image. If one takes a pin and pushes fibers around it will be noted for the most part, that the yellowed fibers run only one fiber deep. If you follow one of these fibers until it dips below the next thread, the fiber then becomes white.