Microscope

Microscopic Backyard Tour

Microscopic Backyard Tour

Photographer Craig Smith lets us get up close and personal of some of the many tiny organisms he found in his backyard, only magnified up to 400x under the lens of his microscope. Check out more microscopic wonders on his YouTube channel.

Mold Time-Lapse

Mold Time-Lapse

Mold can be really nasty stuff. It can ruin buildings, foods, and make people deathly ill. But viewed through photographer Nick Lariontsev’s extreme zoom lens, it looks like the landscape of an alien planet. It also makes some tasty cheese.

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Micro Flowers

Micro Flowers

Imagine having a bouquet that fits on the tip of your finger. This familiar yet alien looking ‘flower’ is actually one of the microscopic photos taken of the crystals that form as a result of precisely tailored chemical reactions.

Electron Microscope Food

Electron Microscope Food

Using an electron microscope, photographer Caren Alpert shot these incredible images of food magnified to reveal details you’d never believe were hidden in such common edible items.

Snow Under a Microscope

Snow Under a Microscope

We all know that snowflakes have intricate geometric structures, but we can still hardly believe these magnified images. Just think, these are formed out of nothing but dirt and water.

Microcosmos

Microcosmos

These photos aren’t from some strange alien world. This book features incredible pics taken with a scanning electron microscope, enlarging images up to 22-million times from their actual size.

MicroWorld Photography

MicroWorld Photography

The most minute details of our world are seen through the use of a scanning electron microscope in the MicroWorld series of photographs from Alan Jaras, whose work we’ve previously enjoyed.

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