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  • Maggie Ward

    Dr. Gary Greenberg sees countless treasures, by putting grains of sand under his microscope and magnifying them to over 250 times their normal size. Greenberg reveals, that these tiny pebbles are actually stunningly beautiful little works of art.

  • Kim Boehm

    He has numbered every sand of the sea...Look how beautiful. This is sand magnified. This truth has much more meaning to me now. - I like the quote in the interview ~"Every time I look through my microscope I am fascinated by the complexity and individuality created by a combination of nature and the repeated tumbling of the surf on a beach."

  • Mikki Jenman

    sand grains under microscope gary greenberg 2 This Is How Sand Looks under a Microscope

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    Gary Greenberg - magnified sand grains

  • Leonardo Freitas

    Sand grains magnified 250times

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