Front foot of a male diving beetle - Nikon Awards for microscopic photography

The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe

Acilius diving beetle male front tarsus (foot) Miroscopic image by photographer Igor Siwanowicz reveals the extraordinary complexity of this aquatic insect’s tiny appendage.

Microscopic photography of insects by Igor Siwanowicz, made with confocal laser scanning microscopy. They show damselflies’ and spiders’ eyes and rhinoceros beetles.  (source submitted by alex-musings)

Jumping spider’s eyes, confocal scanning laser microscope image. Jumping spider’s eyes, confocal scanning laser microscope image.

microscope photos nikon small world 2016 Butterfly proboscishttp://www.businessinsider.com/best-microscope-photography-nikon-small-world-2016-10

The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe

The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe microscope photos nikon small world 2016 Butterfly proboscis

SEM, Red Blood Cell On Tip of a Needle Fine Art Print  #sem #science #bloodcell #erythrocyte #blood #cell #anatomy #medical #medicine #microscopic #mircoscope #picture #photo #photograph

Red blood cell on a needle, colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Composite SEM of a single red blood cell on the tip of a needle.

Photos of the Amazing and Gruesome World Under a Microscope

Photos of the Amazing and Gruesome World Under a Microscope

Pattern created from electron microscope photograph of a sea urchin by matt the…

Microscopic photography of plants

Molecular geneticist Fernan Federici's microscopic photography of plants

Au revoir, jewelled alligators and white hotels, hallucinatory forests, farewell Photographs by Fernan Federic Title: J.

Butterfly wing scales via electron microscope.

Butterfly wing scales via electron microscope. Love the clash of pastel and neon colours here against the plain black background

Matter and energy interacting in an arena of space and time

One of Paul Juno's excellent multicoloured complex paintings, which seem to take their inspiration from microscopic photography and landsat imagery.

Grateful Woman Shakura MoonSinger: Nikon Small World Gallery - Microscopic Photography

Sugar Cane Root cross section Debora Leite University of São Paulo, Brazil. Entry into The annual Nikon Small World competition's theme was “Recognizing Excellence in Photography through the Microscope.” via inspiration green Brightfield

Ceramic work by Juz Kitson...http://www.pinterest.com/beespelledwest/all-things-pottery/

Ceramic work by Juz Kitson amazing ceramic contemporary art sculpture like the microscopic photography of a coral

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