Explore Macro Pictures, Ocean Views, and more!

Igor Siwanowicz est un neurobiologiste qui utilise un microscope confocal à balayage laser pour réaliser des image ultra colorées d’appendices minuscules d’insectes et de petits animaux.

Des micro-détails de petits animaux avec un microscope laser

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

The Extraordinary Details of Insects Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

The Extraordinary Details of Tiny Creatures Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

The Extraordinary Details of Insects Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

Mindblowing Macro Photography of Insect Appendages by Igor Siwanowicz #inspiration #photography

Mindblowing Macro Photography of Insect Appendages by Igor Siwanowicz

Mindblowing Macro Photography of Insect Appendages by Igor Siwanowicz #inspiration #photography

Appendages of a common brine shrimp --  Nikon Small World 2014 unranked entries

Igor Robert Siwanowicz captured this shot of the long, delicate appendages of a common brine shrimp magnified times. Doesn't look so "common" here.

Annelids: Bristle worms, beard worms, spoon worms, peanut worms, earthworms and leeches. Segmentation – clearly visible here – is a distinguishing feature of all the annelids. Photograph: Alexander Semenov/Animal Earth/Thames & Hudson

The amazing diversity of animal life – in pictures

Annelid - Animal Earth: New Photos Exploring the Diversity of the World's Most Obscure Species

Feather mask by Lorra Lee Rose

Lorra Lee Rose& exquisite creations must be witnessed in person. View her Booth at La Quinta Arts Festival, March

#MICROSCOPIC  http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/micropolitan/marine/radiolaria/index.html

Radiolarians from the genus Podocyrtis (Lampterium) from the Tertiary deposits of Barbados.

Farklı gelişim evrelerindeki eğrelti otu tohumları - Rogelio Moreno Gill

2015 Nikon microscopy contest winner: Detail of the spore-producing structures in a fern. Science photo by Rogelio Moreno Gill, Panama

Every year, the scientists and microscope devotees submit their images and movies of natural subjects, shot under a microscope to the Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition.

30 Images Of Life Under A Microscope

Aliens Among Us: Almost psychedelic microscopic photography of beetles, mites, spiders and moths

Pinterest
Search