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The surface of a mosquito egg (Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The structures avoid immersion and enable the eggs to float and aggregate with neighbouring eggs. Martin Oeggerli

Patterns in nature...The surface of a mosquito egg (Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The structures avoid immersion and enable the eggs to float and aggregate with neighbouring eggs. Martin Oeggerli

Mosquito egg surface, microscopic photography Martin Oeggerli. There is something beautiful in everything.

The surface of a mosquito egg, first winner at the EMBO Journal Cover Contest 2012. This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph was the favourite of the jury in the section "Best Scientific Image". the surface generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air.

The image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. (Credit: Martin Oeggerli, The EMBO Journal) Nature Publishing Group #EMBO

Martin Oeggerli, Superhydrophobic Swimming Beauty I - This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The vitally important structures avoid immersion and enable the egg to float and aggregate with neighboring eggs.

The Surface of a Mosquito Egg, "Superhydrophobic Swimming Beauty I" - The EMBO Journal Cover Contest 2012 has its first winner! This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph was the favourite of the jury in the section "Best Scientific Image". The image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air.

This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph was the favourite of the jury in the section "Best Scientific Image". The image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The vitally important structures avoid immersion and enable the egg to float and aggregate with neighbouring eggs. The website of photographer Martin Oeggerli.

Butterfly eggs

Red lacewing butterfly egg Cethosia biblis On this butterfly egg, the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name. | Photo by Martin Oeggerli

Red lacewing butterfly egg (Cethosia biblis) - the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name. SEE MORE HERE-http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/09/insect-eggs/oeggerli-photography AND HERE- http://tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com.au/2010/08/butterfly-eggs.html

Red lacewing butterfly egg (Cethosia biblis) - the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name. The images were made with a scanning electron microscope, which uses beams of electrons to trace the surfaces of objects. The resulting black-and-white images were then colored to reflect the eggs’ natural appearance. http://tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com.au/2010/08/butterfly-eggs.html

Red lacewing butterfly egg (Cethosia biblis) - the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name. Engineered for survival, insect eggs hang on and hatch wherever their parents deposit them. Colorized SEM images from a gallery at National Geographic by Martin Oeggerli at the Prüftechnik Uri and School of Applied Sciences, FHNW http://tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com.au/2010/08/butterfly-eggs.html

Colorized SEM images from a gallery at National Geographic by Martin Oeggerli at the Prüftechnik Uri and School of Applied Sciences, FHNW [presumably Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz].  Top to bottom: Owl butterfly egg (Caligo memnon) - At the center is a minute opening, called a micropyle, through which the sperm enters the egg. Red lacewing butterfly egg (Cethosia biblis) - the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name. Large white butterfly egg (Pieris brassicae) Zebra longwing butterfly egg (Heliconius charithonia) - The egg contains cyanide and other toxins ingested by adults from the plants they eat.

Coccolithophores are microscopic algae that first appeared 220 million years ago, and flourished during the cretaceous period. They produce peculiar plates called cocoliths out of calcium carbonate, and incorporate them into an external shell. They constantly remove carbon from the atmosphere as they die and sink to the ocean floor, producing chalk. This is an important feedback system in the global carbon cycle. Seriously, how does cellular machinery produce these structures? Life…

Coccolithophores microscopic algae that first appeared 220 million years ago, and flourished during the cretaceous period. They produce peculiar plates called cocoliths out of calcium carbonate, and incorporate them into an external shell. They constantly remove carbon from the atmosphere as they die and sink to the ocean floor, producing chalk. Seriously, how does cellular machinery produce these structures? Life is amazing.

Patterns in Nature - Patterns - LibGuides at Melbourne High School

coral

natural patterns. Calcareous radiating septa Fungia fungites ( mushroom coral ) found in shallow waters in tropical Indo-Pacific. Taken off shores of Ellaidhoo with a Nikonos RS/50mm macro lens on Kodak Elitechrome 100 ASA colour slide film. (Credit: Wolfg, #EMBO Journal) Nature Publishing Group

Texture, a close-up view of the calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758).

At first sight - What is evocative of swimming spermatozoa at high magnification is in fact a close-up view of the calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758).

A close-up view of the calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758). Mushroom corals represent over 40 species inhabiting shallow waters in the tropical Indo-Pacific. The picture was captured off the shore of Ellaidhoo, a small island within the Ari atoll (Maldives)The photo, Wolfgang Seifarth,

.a close-up view of the calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758). Mushroom corals represent over 40 species inhabiting shallow waters

At first sight - What is evocative of swimming spermatozoa at high magnification is in fact a close-up view of the calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758). The picture was captured off the shore of Ellaidhoo, a small island within the Ari atoll (Maldives) with a Nikonos RS/50mm macro lens on Kodak Elitechrome 100 ASA colour slide film.

The calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758) by Wolfgang Seifarth. Check out some more awesome stuff here http://omgwhatsthat.com

The calcareous radiating septa of the mushroom coral Fungia fungites (Linnaeus, 1758)

Coral textures

Malachite, by Bill Atkinson

Green | Grün | Verde | Grøn | Groen | 緑 | Emerald | Colour | Texture | Style | Form | Malachite close up by Bill Atkinson Photography

Green •~• Malachite close up by Bill Atkinson Photography

Malachite, by Bill Atkinson texture.pattern

Green Malachite (photo by Bill Atkinson)

malachite, #green

Green malachite

Emerald Gemstones ~~Malachite ~ close up by Bill Atkinson Photography~~ What do you think of the colour? Emerald

What do you think of the colour? Emerald Gemstones

Looks like a baseball... Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain

Passion flower pollen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain. Pollen grains are the male gametes (sex cells) of a plant. Magnification: x1440 when printed 10 centimetres wide.

Looks like a baseball... Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain - cool texture

Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain - Grain de pollen de passiflore

Passion #flower (Passiflora caerulea) #pollen grain #micro

Looks Like a Baseball... Passion Flower Pollen Grain

passion flower pollen - Buscar con Google

Passion flower pollen grain

Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain Science Image | 80200187a | Science Image from PSmicrographs

Science Image of Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain from PS MicroGraphs. Specialists in Science Images. 80200187a

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous. Compact bone usually makes up the exterior of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is characterised by a honeycomb arrangement of trabeculae. These structures help to provide support and strength. The spaces within this tissue normally contain bone marrow, a blood forming substance. Credit: SCIENCE SOURCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

SEML cancellous (spongy) bone of the human tibia. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous. Compact bone usually makes up the outer portion of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is characterized by a honeycomb arrangement of trabeculae. The spaces within this tissue normally contain bone marrow.

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous. Compact bone usually makes up the exterior of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is chara

This is a scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin.

Scanning electron micrograph of cancellous bone of the human shin.

SEM of Human Shin Bone #texture #pattern #organic

Human bone (closeup).

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous. Compact bone usually makes up the exterior of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is characterised by a honeycomb arrangement of trabeculae. These structures help to provide support and strength. The spaces within this tissue normally contain bone marrow, a blood forming substance. - Stock Image C008/5058

Ver Foto de stock de Scanning Electron Micrograph Bone Of The Human Shin Bone Tissue Is Either Compact Or Cancellous Compact Bone Usually Makes Up The Exterior Of The Bone While Cancellous Bone Is Found In The Interior Cancellous Bone Is Charac. Encuentra fotos de alta resolución y gran calidad en Getty Images.

micrograph of leaf veins

April in Amsterdam loves it!...Light micrograph of the vein pattern of a New World endemic, Flaveria trinervia (Spreng.) by C. Mohr.

micrograph of leaf veins- looks like a map of housing developments. Nature is the original source of design.

micrograph of leaf veins (or a new suburban development)....I am infatuated with macro!

Fractal symmetry patterns in nature, micrograph of leaf veins

micrograph of leaf veins #patterns and #textures

micrograph of leaf veins or suburbia!

Micrograph of leaf veins | jkawaters

micrograph of leaf veins//-texture

.#organic #pattern

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue

Hummingbird Hawkmoth's Tongue; The end of the tongue (proboscis) of a hummingbird hawkmoth. The hummingbird hawkmoth hovers in midair while feeding on nectar from flowers and are sometimes mistaken for hummingbirds.

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue #birds | http://amazing-cooking-tips-jazmyne.blogspot.com

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue #birds #bird of paradise| http://bird-of-paradise-kamren.blogspot.com

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue #birds #reddit Looks like a snake, cut into two!

Scanning Electron Microscope; shot of a hummingbird's tongue

SET image of a hummingbird's tongue! Amazing!

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue Click here to download Amber Alexander Click here to download Humming bird nest Click here to download

Microcosmos: scanning electron microscope images of insects, household items and human body parts

art journal page Click here to download Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue #birds #reddit Click here to download Hummingbirds Click here to download

Fibonacci spiral patterns appear in many plants, such as pinecones, pineapples, and sunflowers. The patterns consist of spirals that curve around a surface both clockwise and counterclockwise.

scientists have successfully produced Fibonacci spiral patterns in the lab, and found that an elastically mismatched bi-layer structure may cause stress patterns that give rise to Fibonacci spirals. The discovery may explain the widespread existence of the pattern in plants.

Fibonacci spiral patterns consist of spirals that curve around a surface both clockwise and counterclockwise.

Madrhiggs will be circular. Fibonacci spiral patterns appear in many plants, such as pinecones, pineapples, and sunflowers. The patterns consist of spirals that curve around a surface both clockwise and counterclockwise.

Fibonacci spiral patterns - http://mpietrucin.blogspot.com/2011/07/formation-of-fibonacci-spirals-in.html

Fibonacci spiral patterns inside this pretty flower

do something with the patterns in nature...?

Fibonacci spiral - natural pattern

natural pattern #FlowerShop

Fractals in nature.

Clutch of butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant

human body parts Microcosmos: coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. These eggs have already hatched

Microscopic view of a clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant from the book ‘ Microcosmos‘, created by Brandon Brill . This book includes many scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of insects, human body parts and household items.

Scanning Electron Microscope Images: A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. (from Microcosmos, by Jeremy Brill)

Amazing Scanning Electron Microscope Picture! A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant.

20 – A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant FROM: http://greenbuzzz.net/photos/amazing-microscope-shots-pictures/

Caption: Butterfly eggs. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. Butterflies often lay their eggs on plants, thus providing the newly-hatched larvae with a ready food supply. These eggs have already hatched. Magnification: x36 at 6x6cm size. Credit: EYE OF SCIENCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. From the book "Microcosmos," created by Brandon Brill.

Butterfly eggs. Clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. x155 magnification From Microcosmos by Brandon Broll #Microcosmos #Brandon #Broll #scanning electron microscope #sem #scanning #electron #microscope

A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant - SUCH AN INCREDIBLE 'FIND!!' - AMAZING!! ⭕️

“Human Cerebral Cortex,” Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza and Marisa Ortega-Sánchez, scanning electron microscope, 2009

“Human Cerebral Cortex,” Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza and Marisa Ortega-Sánchez, scanning electron microscope, 2009 wow the human body astounds me

A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image zooms in on the baroque branching structures that send blood to the human brain's cortex. The vessels are organized such that the large blood vessels surround the surface of the brain (top of image), sending thin, dense projections down into the depths of the cortex (bottom of image).

Human Cerebral Cortex Photo-micrograph of the microscopic blood vessels that carry nutrients to neurons in the brain, obtained with a scanning electron microscope. This sample, from human cerebral cortex, shows a large blood vessel at the surface of the brain (top), which sends down thin, densely branched capillaries to deliver blood throughout the entire cortex.

the microscopic blood vessels that carry nutrients to neurons in the brain, SEM. This sample, from Human cerebral cortex, shows a large blood vessel at the surface of the brain (top), which sends down thin, densely branched capillaries to deliver blood throughout the entire cortex.

The practice of Buddhism ultimately can lead to an understanding of the true nature of mind. This book, Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century [Hardcover] approaches the subject from a mechanical point of view and assumption that mind resides only in the brain. A very informative book, understanding how a car works its engine, care and maintenance can surely makes us better drivers. Portraits of the Mind follows the fascinating history of our exploration of the brain through images, from medieval sketches and 19th-century drawings by the founder of modern neuroscience to images produced using state-of-the-art techniques, allowing us to see the fantastic networks in the brain as never before. These black-and-white and vibrantly coloured images, many resembling abstract art, are employed daily by scientists around the world, but most have never before been seen by the general public. Each chapter addresses a different set of techniques for studying the brain as revealed through the images, and each is introduced by a leading scientist in that field of study. Author Carl Schoonover's captions provide detailed explanations of each image as well as the major insights gained by scientists over the course of the past 20 years. Accessible to a wide audience, this book reveals the elegant methods applied to study the mind, giving readers a peek at its innermost workings, helping us to understand them, and offering clues about what may lie ahead. About the Author Carl Schoonover is a doctoral candidate in neurobiology and behavior at Columbia University, where he is a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow. A human skull inscribed by a nineteenth-century practitioner of phrenology. According to this now discredited theory, bumps on the skull betray the volume of the brain areas beneath each one, and thus can be employed to divine a subject’s cognitive or moral strengths and weaknesses Photograph: Eszter Blahak/Semmelweis Museum Photomicrograph of the microscopic blood vessels that carry nutrients to neurons in the brain, obtained with a scanning electron microscope. This sample, from human cerebral cortex, shows a large blood vessel at the surface of the brain (top), which sends down thin, densely branched capillaries to deliver blood throughout the entire cortex Photograph: Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza and Marisa Ortega-Sánchez (2009) Image taken from a transgenic “Brainbow” mouse that enables neuroscientists to distinguish between neighbouring, densely packed neurons by illuminating them in different colours. This photomicrograph shows a few of the many neurons that are found in the neocortex Photograph: Tamily Weissman, Jeff Lichtman, and Joshua Sanes (2007) RRP: £22.50 Price: £13.13 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery. If you have mind to, Buy Now. Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century .

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread.

A scanning electron microscope image of silk-spinning spigots (glands) of a spider spinneret making a thread. By Dennis Kunkel Microscopy.

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread. Image: copyright strictly controlled by Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread, Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. Wow - that's cool!

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. Amazing

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel, Microscopy. Sort of wanna blow this up into a print to frame and hang on entryway wall. -ged

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy....I want to frame this and hang it up on my wall!!

Small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae). (x160) / Jo Angell Design

Fractal patterning in a Small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae).

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an egg of the small white butterfly (Pieris rapae) Jo Angell Design

Fractal patterning in a small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) (Pieris rapae).

Small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph / Jo Angell Design

Small white butterfly egg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph.

butterfly egg, magnified via Flickr, Jo Angell Design

A butterfly egg. SIM microscopic image

Butterfly egg, macro photography.

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Mosquito Eyes

Mosquito eyes. Frontal view to the compound eyes of a moquito. SEM coloured Image, FEI Gallery by Oliver Meckes.

mosquito eyes, magnified 450x...this site has a variety of microscopic images to view, which scares the dickens out of me, but i can't stop looking

Colored scanning electron microscope image of a mosquito's eyes. - Listen to: All my love by Noelito Flow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKdxHiWtJ6U music youtube subscribe if you like =)

Scanning electron microscope images reveal hidden horror and beauty - Telegraph A mosquito's eyes Picture: Oliver Meckes/FEI/fei.com / Rex Features

Mosquito Eyes Up Close: Electron Microscope Image Creates Stunning View Of Insect (PHOTO)

Love this Mauve color! Colored scanning electron microscope image of a mosquito's eyes.

Mosquito eyes up close..filmed with an electronmicroscope.

electron microscope images - a mosquito's eyes

Mosquito' s eye magnified 22 million times.

Bone tissue (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM])

I'm familiar with this picture. Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone.

Compact Bone Structure, also called cortical bone, dense bone in which the bony matrix is solidly filled with organic ground substance and inorganic salts, leaving only tiny spaces (lacunae) that contain the osteocytes, or bone cells. Compact bone makes up 80 percent of the human skeleton; the remainder is cancellous bone, which has a spongelike appearance with numerous large spaces and is found in the marrow space (medullary cavity) of a bone.

Bone tissue (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM]) Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous. Cortical bone usually makes up the exterior of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is characterised by a honeycomb arrangement, comprising a network of trabeculae (rod-shaped) fibrous tissue. These structures provide support and strength to the bone. The spaces within this tissue contain bone marrow, a blood forming substance.

✿⊱╮Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone.

With such an extensive image library we thought you’d like to see some of our most popular science images. From cancer cells and blood cells, DNA, MRI brain scans, microscopic images of bacteria and viruses, and x-rays to dinosaurs, physicists, tornados and fleas. We have it all covered. This set of stock images includes both royalty free images and rights managed images. - 48 per page (session default) - first page of 2

Insect Eggs Electron Microscope Photography

Large white butterfly egg ( Pieris brassicae ) The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves and brussels sprouts.The mosaic pattern on the top end looks like a landing pad , and that's what it is : at the center is a minute opening, called a micropyle, through which the sperm enters the egg.

Large white butterfly egg Pieris brassicae The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves (above) and brussels sprouts. | Photograph by Martin Oeggerli

Large white butterfly egg Pieris brassicae The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves (above) and brussels sprouts. See more images at http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/09/insect-eggs/oeggerli-photography

Photograph by Martin Oeggerli Large white butterfly egg Pieris brassicae The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves (above) and brussels sprouts.

Large white butterfly eggs (Pieris brassicae) Engineered for survival, insect eggs hang on and hatch wherever their parents deposit them. The images were made with a scanning electron microscope, which uses beams of electrons to trace the surfaces of objects. The resulting black-and-white images were then colored to reflect the eggs’ natural appearance. http://tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com.au/2010/08/butterfly-eggs.html

Large white butterfly egg ( Pieris brassicae ) The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves and brussels sprouts.The mosaic pattern on the top end looks like a landing pad , and that's what it is : at the center is a minute opening, called a micropyle, through which the sperm enters the egg. Photograph by Martin Oeggerli . http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/09/insect-eggs/oeggerli-photography

Eye of a blue dragonfly

Microscopic photography of insects by Igor Siwanowicz - Eye of a damselfly --- Photography / Insects / Science

A series of confocal microscope images of a damselfly's eye - Igor Siwanowicz / Olympus BioScapes 2010

Eye of a common blue dragonfly - Macro Photograph by Dr. Igor Siwanowicz, Munich, Germany #microscopic #macro #photography #photography #photography

MICROSCOPIC PHOTOGRAPY images | Microscopic photography of insects by Igor Siwanowicz , made with ...

a series of confocal microscope images shows the regular, crystal-like architecture of the eye of a common blue damselfly (Enallagma cyathigerum), an active visual predator and a swift flyer.

Microscopic photography of insects by Igor Siwanowicz, made with confocal laser scanning microscopy. They show damselflies’ and spiders’ eyes and rhinoceros beetles.

Microscopic photography of insects by Igor Siwanowicz. #insects #science #photography #nature

Eye of a damselfly (and other microscopic photos of nature)

Eye damselflies - Amazing Macrophotography

Abalone Shell. Turquoise color.

colour inspo iridescent | mother-of-pearl | gleaming | shimmering | metallic rainbow | shine | anodized | holographic | oil slick | peacock | iridescence | Abalone Sea Shell

Paua shell (abalone) Related posts: Beautiful underwater creature Colorful underwater critter “Asterina pectinifera” by Alexander Semenov Colorful Shells Translucent butterfly “Fairytale Dawn” by Allan Tan “When Nature is complementing its own Beauty ” by Arian Kabashi “Vibrant” by Brian Hoyne “Twilight Fields” by […]

iridescent abalone sea shell ocean animals #best #sea #meditative #ocean #animals #popular #interesting #beautiful #things #underwater #nature

iridescent | mother-of-pearl | gleaming | shimmering | metallic rainbow | shine | peacock | iridescence | Abalone Sea Shell

Nature At Its Best, Iridescent, Abalone Shell, Colour Inspiration, Sea Shell, Abalone.

Ocean Sea Shells: Iridescent abalone seashell.

Iridescent abalone sea shell. Pattern in nature.

Nature's Beauty...Iridescent Abalone Sea Shell

iridescent abalone sea shell-beautiful

Turkey Tail Fungi

Gorgeous fungi...possibly False Turkey tail or maybe Trametes versicolor?

Mother Nature again! Turkey Tail Fungi

Fungi - beautiful colors and patterns

pearl-nautilus: Turkey Tail Fungus

Fungus in the forest. TurkeyTails

mushrooms...beautiful

Beautiful mushrooms

Orange Mushrooms

Tree fungus

sand-dollar shell fossil

sand-dollar shell fossil - the most beautiful intricate details; notice the similarities to the sea turtle shell

only the people who know me best, know why i'd be excited about this exquisite sand-dollar shell fossil

Exquisite Sand Dollar Shell Fossil. The Eternal Tools Team would love to turn this into a sculptural jewellery piece. Stunning.

All Things Coastal Sea Glass| Serafini Amelia| Coastal Decor-Exquisite sand-dollar shell fossil

sand-dollar http://www.pinterest.com/lydilee/sister-susie-sells-sea-shells/

pair with sea turtle for watercolor exquisite sand-dollar shell fossil

exquisite sand-dollar shell fossil, photographer is??

Exquisite sand-dollar shell fossil.

fossilized sand dollar