My main job is to photograph science and technology subjects. Most of my work in recent years has involved photographing northern lights and polarstratospehric clouds (seen over artcic areas and play a role in ozone depletion). I am attempting to broaden my scope and have come up with a couple of projects I want to pursue in order to produce good images: 1) accompany a humanitarian organization which administers medical and other assistance in a war/disease/trouble zone. I think pictures of hands-on help in the field would look good. 2) launches of research rockets and balloons, plus images of scientists working on the payloads. 3) Ice and snow research in the Arctic 4) Detailed photographs of hands at work. Scientists and medical people doing what they do with the focus on the hands. I will spend the next five years or so pursuing these projects. I'd like to ask whether any of you on PF have ideas for science images that you'd like to see but don't? Are there subjects which should be photographed which aren't, anything that could be done in a fresh way? Do you read magazines and get bored with the photographs? I would love to get a discussion going on this.