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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.

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Remarkable close up photographs reveal for the first time the incredible beauty of ordinary SAND

Magnified:The grains are shown to be delicate, colourful structures each as unique as a snowflake.

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Grains of sand magnified to 250 times real size

Grains of beach sand magnified to 250 times real size (Gary Greenberg's incredible microphotography reveals each grain of sand to be a kaleidoscope of colour and texture)

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Grains of sand magnified to 250 times real size

Grains of Sand Magnified 250X by Gary Greenberg: Each grain is unique! #Photography #Sand

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Food under the microscope: scanning electron micrographs of foodstuffs

Crystalline: The same process is used to picture a grain of salt in extreme close up, revealing its regular structure

Sand Grains Gallery. (MAUI SAND GRAINS ARRANGEMENT #2) This image is a handful of sand grains selected from a beach in Maui and are arranged onto a black background. The colors and shapes of these tiny grains of sand are surprisingly different and astonishingly beautiful, each with it’s own individual in character

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Pollen grains. Coloured scanning electron micrographs (SEM) of pollen grains from a variety of plants. Including: sunflower (Helianthus annuus), morning glory (Ipomea purpurea), hollyhock (Sildalcea malviflora), lily (Lilium auratum), primrose (Oenothera fruticosa), and caster bean (Ricinus communis). Credit: AMI IMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Stunning Images of Pollen, the Hidden Sexuality of Flowers

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