beauty in tiny details

October 2, 2011 at 12:00 pm Leave a comment

have you seen the beautiful pictures of microscopicness at nikon small world?! some of them are just amazing photos, and others remind me of other things {like the semiconductor that looks like an antique japanese painting}. some are creepy cool and others are windows into tiny worlds. if you want, you can vote to help choose the winner for this year {and while you’re there, check out some of the past galleries}.

water droplet containing a pair of mosquito larvae // dr. john h. brackenbury

temora longicornis (marine copepod) // dr. jan michels

the tiny bits that make up sand // yanping wang

cross-section of sugarcane root // debora leite

down feather // harry leung

semiconductor wafer surface // dr. pedro barrios-perez

chemistry was never so pretty // lars bech // 1996 winner

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