Gravy Flagellum

I made roast beef a couple of weeks ago. With gravy.

After dinner, and before I started on the dishes, I noticed this pattern. It was in the roasting pan which had extra gravy in it. I suppose a spoon had been resting in it for a while, but don’t really know. In any case, it caught my eye and I had to get the camera out.

Had I found this pattern under a microscope in a tiny sample of gravy I expect the public health authorities would have descended, and withdrawn my cooking credentials. 

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Canon EOS 5D MkII, Nikkor-N 24mm/f2.8 lense.  ISO800, ~f2.8, 1/25th

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