Friday, 8 October 2010

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

by graphicmania

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Thanks to the advanced technology that allows us to see these new microscopic worlds and revealed other aspects of the beauty of nature. The photomicrography is an advanced type of photography where the camera is attached to a microscope to take very photos for very small part of the object or specimen.

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Away from the complex scientific expressions and the technology details behind this type of photography. The photomicrography gives us the chance to view the beauty of the nature on a microscopic level. At this tiny scale, you can see the nature with a totally different view  with other types of inspirations. You can see these photomicrographs as surreal art paintings created using the cells, elements and molecules.

Now, let us enjoy this collection and it would be great to know your comments about which one inspired you the most and if you can see it as a real artwork.

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Antonio Guillén

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Mark Pilbeam

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Nematos

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Vida Invisible

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Nasser Rusan

LLCPK1 (pig epithelial) cells (X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Klaus Bolte

Chrysolina fastuosa (Micro leaf beetle) on a pin head (40X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Jose Herrera,

Single-spore inoculation of the microfungus, Aspergillus niger on malt extract agar (0X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Shirley Owens,

Gladiola pollen (2500X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Charles Krebs,

Rear leg section of Water Boatman (Hemiptera: Corixidae) (200X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Sara Lindsay,

Marine worm muscles (Polydora cornuta) (10X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Didier Grunwald,

Moth proboscis (10X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

J. Claire Hoving,

Section of female Nippostrongylus brasiliensis (nematode) with eggs (200X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Daniel Vega,

Quercus leaf gall formed by a Gall wasp (4X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Carlo Sala,

Hippocampal neuron (63X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

G. Lorenzo Calzoni,

Transverse section of brown algae (40X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Massimo Brizzi ,

Notonecta Glauca (Backswimmer aquatic insect) (100X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Heiti Paves,

Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress) stigma (20X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

James Solliday,

Cat embryo (4X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Sérgio Stampar,

Hydractinia uniformis (66X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Viktor Sykora,

Pieris japonica (5X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Tomasz Szul,

Mouth hooks of Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) (150X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Compound eye of Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) (150X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

Raniska Tente,

Lipid-encapsulated contrast microbubble (40X)

Revealing Tiny Worlds: 30 Stunning Photomicrographs

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