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  • Susan Schroeder

    microscopic image of sapling! Beautiful colors and patterns! Art in Nature!

  • fenjolt

    cross sect shun.

  • Camille Avery

    Beyond the Human Eye: Trees: the Inside Story

  • Sarah Farnworth

    Beauty in nature: cross section of a plant sapling; microscopic plant cells - natural colour & surface pattern inspiration for design

  • Debra McDonagh

    Cross section of a three year old lime (Tilia sp.) stem | Beyond the Human Eye. patterns in nature

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