Tubular adenoma with low grade dysplasia
Growing up as an avid member of the 60’s TV generation, one of my favorite genres included nature shows. In the years long before YouTube, we often arranged our week to be home in time to watch Marlin Perkins’ Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom on Sunday evenings. And of all the spectacular scenery shown, a very specific type of photography captured my imagination – time-lapse video.
You’ve seen the same amazing footage. It begins with a barren desert that looks almost choked off from life, with the exclusion of a few scraggly cacti and perhaps a plodding reptile or two. Next comes the torrential rainstorm, and a vivid rainbow of breathtaking plants seem to blossom out of nowhere. Clearly, the stunning display was hiding in place all along. With the “magic” of time-lapse photography, we are given the rare opportunity to view the entire picture from start to finish.