Back in march some scientists took the first picture of light as both a wave and particle. I was wondering what parts of the image actually demonstrated these properties. I have some ideas, but the more I think about it the more I get confused.
I post this in an answer because it's too long for a comment.
Lesson no.1 in handling info sources: When something sounds fishy in a (science) news article, always check the original sources.
In this case, scroll all the way to the bottom of the article and check the title of the original Nature article under "More info": Simultaneous observation of the quantization and the interference pattern of a plasmonic near-field. This already tells us that the authors referred to "quantization and interference", not to "particle and wave". If we now check their Abstract, we find that they "demonstrate the ability of ultrafast transmission electron microscopy to simultaneously image both the spatial interference and the quantization of such confined plasmonic fields." Again, nowhere in the Abstract do they mention "particle and wave", but they do insist on "quantization and interference", and for very good reason: This is what is observed, regardless of any particular interpretation. Now, if anyone wants to connect the dots between "quantization" and "particle", it's frankly their separate problem. Personally, I wouldn't go for it, but the author of the news article probably thought it sounds close enough.