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(TINY MICRO SHELLS) Microscopic shells are the size of tiny grain of sand (magnified 300 times). Micro photography by Dr. Gary Greenberg.

(TINY MICRO SHELLS) Microscopic shells are the size of tiny grain of sand (magnified 300 times). Micro photography by Dr. Gary Greenberg.

Microscopic Photos Reveal The Secret World Hidden Inside A Few Grains Of Sand

Microscopic Photos Reveal The Secret World Hidden Inside A Few Grains Of Sand

If you've ever spent time with a handful of sand and let the tiny grains fall through your fingers, you might have experienced a Gulliver in Brobdingnag moment, imagining yourself as a minuscule person watching the oddly shaped pebbles and gems fall ...

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Sand under a microscope. You will never look at sand the same way ever again :)

Sand under a microscope

http://www.ecoglobalsociety.com/amazing-grain-sand/A Grain of Sand - By Dr. Gary Greenberg - Sandgrains.com

http://www.ecoglobalsociety.com/amazing-grain-sand/A Grain of Sand - By Dr. Gary Greenberg - Sandgrains.com

This vivid volcanic sand is also from Maui. * Super Magnified Grains of Sand Become Dramatic Works of Art | Mental Floss

Super Magnified Grains of Sand Become Dramatic Works of Art

This vivid volcanic sand is also from Maui. * Super Magnified Grains of Sand Become Dramatic Works of Art | Mental Floss

Sandymouth, Cornwall, England. The beach at Sandymouth is home to some fascinating geological formations. Here the setting sun highlights the red in the rock while a long exposure under a clear sky resulted in the beach pebbles picking up a soft blue hue. Photographer Simon Harrison

Sandymouth, Cornwall, England. The beach at Sandymouth is home to some fascinating geological formations. Here the setting sun highlights the red in the rock while a long exposure under a clear sky resulted in the beach pebbles picking up a soft blue hue. Photographer Simon Harrison

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