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Magnified sugar crystals resemble stained glass as each crystal captures light at a different angle. To get the image, photographer Victor Boswell dissolved sugar in water and let the mixture evaporate and crystallize on a microscope slide.

Wigs - NYC - Life in Color: Kaleidoscope, Kaleidoscope Pictures -- National Geographic

Wigs - NYC - Life in Color: Kaleidoscope, Kaleidoscope Pictures -- National Geographic

Cross-section of very young beech . . . plants are as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside!

Cross-section of very young beech . . . plants are as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside!

What do you see in this image – a head of lettuce? The inside of a rose? The reality is far less romantic, but that makes it all the more fascinating. It’s a SEM (Scanning Electron Micrograph) of a human sweat pore, opening onto the surface of human skin.

Biological Photography: Magnificent Microscopic & Ultraminiature Photos

What do you see in this image – a head of lettuce? The inside of a rose? The reality is far less romantic, but that makes it all the more fascinating. It’s a SEM (Scanning Electron Micrograph) of a human sweat pore, opening onto the surface of human skin.

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