Macro Photos of Insect Eyes Photographer Shikhei Goh is a 'macro addict', he photographs everything of the local flora and fauna. Large zooms of insects are his specialty.
Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh. What incredible talent. via thisiscolossal
Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh - Photographer Shikhei Goh lives and works on a small industrialized island called Batam Island, that’s a 45 minute boat ride south of Singapore. Goh calls himself a “macro addict” and indeed his portfolio is loaded with incredible photographs of the local flora and fauna of Batam from turtles, lizards, birds and especially insects.| #Photography |
From a series of macro photos of insect eyes by Shikhei Goh. The color and detail are fantastic.
Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Batam Island based #photographer Shikhei Goh
Bug Eye Macrophotography - what would the world look like if we had eyes like these?
Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh macro insects
We’d imagine giant bug eyes would be quite scary, and we’re pretty sure they are, because we know that the magic of macrophotography somehow manages to make everything look better. Singapore based photographer Shikhei Goh photographed the eyes of several bugs and insects, making them look innocent and cute, rather than the creepy scary thingsContinue Reading…
Insects Macro Photography | Shikhei Goh calls himself a “macro addict” ! In his series “Insects in Your Face”, Goh captured insects eyes that are some of the most alien and one of the breathtaking...
Green Walking Leaf Mimic Male Real Framed Fairy Insect 7980m
Green Walking Leaf Mimic Male Real Framed Fairy Insect 7980m
Amazing green leaf mimic insect in the walking stick family. The green leaf like wings and legs mimic leaves on trees. ( ( ALWAYS FAST FREE SHIPPING ON ALL OF OUR ITEMS ) ) You'll never have to worry about our insects fading over time. All of our displays are made with 99% UV Blocking glass a unique and uncommon quality found in our displays. * A1 Museum Conservation Quality Archival Real Framed Butterflies & Insect Displays * All Made With 99% UV Blocking Conservation glass and Archival/Acid Free materials * Offering All Class of Insects * Properly Prepared * Spread to Museum Standards * 100% HAND MADE * Double Sealed for added protection Species: Phyllium Celebicum Male Native Origin: Thailand Frame Size: 6 1/2″ x 5″ Frame Color: BLACK Background: Insect Name & Origin Printed on Old World Parchment Paper. Material: Handmade Wood Frame With Glass Face and picture hanger included. ABOUT THE BUTTERFLIES AND INSECTS WE USE: All of the real Butterflies and insects used in our framed shadowbox butterfly art have been raised on natural cruelty free tropical farms around the world. These educational farms, aviaries and co-ops provide a real source of income for native people who would otherwise have to sell trees off of their land or raise cattle which are both ecologically disastrous. Tropical insects are important members of these fragile ecosystems. If their natural habitats are allowed to disappear, then they to will vanish forever. Everything possible must be done to preserve them. Proudly hand making the highest museum quality framed insects one at a time since 1992. Please see our profile for information about our work and us. **International buyers** WE CAN ONLY SHIP TO U.S. ADDRESSES. You must provide a U.S. shipping address in order to purchase from us.
female Arizona Mantid, "Stagmomantis limbata", on lily // by Bob Jensen. This beneficial insect grows up to around 3 inches long and is found fromTexas to Southern California, north into Colorado and Utah, south into Mexico.
Arizona Mantid::Stagmomantis limbata. This beneficial insect grows up to around 3" long and is found from TX to So. Cal, no. into CO and UT, so. into Mexico.
Natural History Museum this is natural, but perhaps the gazillion insects I've collected could be chromed and...
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Bling'd out Gold & Silver beetles,Natural History Museum
Gold beetle and his relative - Natural History Museum
*nature, insects photography, golden* - Beetles
Natural History Museum Cards - Metallic Beetles
metallic beetles in Natural History Museum
Some absolutely incredible bugs I found on Pinterest. (http://pinterest.com/voicaioana/cats-co/) The pictures are not mine ( I wish I could do that...) but these jewel like insects are just as beautiful as can be!!! Makes me want to include a "be good to all bugs" clause on my new year's resolutions list... We will see when time comes and the first sawflies, caterpillars, aphids show up... gold beetle Moth European oil beetle - Meloe proscarabaeus Death’s Head caterpillars, Acherontia atropos Dagger Moth Jewel Beetle ? New Guinea Metallic Mechanitis butterfly chrysalis, You can follow more about plants and nature on my pinterest boards: Chlorophyll & Co. :http://pinterest.com/voicaioana/chlorophyll-co/ Garden Design: http://pinterest.com/voicaioana/garden-design/ My Plant Library: http://pinterest.com/voicaioana/my-plant-library/
Red Ants...Photographer Eko said the results are 'amazing, especially when the 'Red Ants' appear to perform tricks'
Red fire ants balancing giant seed pods from a Mimosa tree above their heads. Photo by Eko Adiyanto for Caters News Agency.
Photographer Eko said the results are amazing, especially when the red ants appear to perform tricks like this for the camera which are unseen to the naked eye #ants #insects @Hank Gray
...In an amazing show of strength, they also move into different gravity-defying shapes as they carry their food back to the nest for the rest of their hungry ant pals... http://animaltracks.today.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/05/07/11576811-ant-antics-insects-show-off-amazing-strength-teamwork#.T6m6zJ2AsBc.pinterest
red ants appear to perform tricks like this for the camera which are unseen to the naked eye
From "The Importance of Insects in the Web of Life," Mother Earth News: "Entomologist Brian Hocking made the daring but educated guess that the world population of insects is about one quintillion (1 followed by eighteen zeroes) individuals... Although insects are small, they are generally so numerous in most terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems that, on a per-acre basis, they not only outnumber but also outweigh all the other animals—including deer and moose—combined. (Photo by Giles Revell)
Woodlouse micrograph by Giles Revell http://gilesrevell.com/projects/insects/m/#8
Cool works from photographer Giles Revell. Potato bug ~
Roly Poly, Pill Bug, Potato Bug
Giles Revell. Potato bug.
Giles Revell, Photographer · Projects · Insects
Portfolio of photographer Giles Revell. Projects include Insect Tectonics, campaign for Rainforest Action Network & Photofit with Matt Willey.
Cornelia Hesse-Honegger has collected, studied and painted morphologically disturbed insects, which she finds in the fallout areas of Chernobyl as well as near nuclear installations.
Out of Cornelia Hesse-Honegger's "HETEROPTERA The Beautiful and the Other, or Images of a Mutating World" (Scalo Zurich-Berlin-New York; ISBN 3-908247-31-4) Chernobyl Series Illustrations: Hesse-Honegger, scientific illustrator, documented the effects of radiation on the health of insects, completing beautiful hand drawn pictures of not-so-beautiful mutations.
Morphologically disturbed Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, scientific illustrator and science artist, was born in 1944 in Zurich, Switzerland. For 25 years she worked as a scientific illustrator for the scientific department of the Natural History Museum at the University of Zurich. Since the catastrophe of Chernobyl in 1986, she has collected, studied and painted morphologically disturbed insects, which she finds in the fallout areas of Chernobyl as well as near nuclear installations.
Bug, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, scientific illustrator and science artist
Scientific illustrations of morphologically disturbed insects
Beetle by scientific illustrator Cornelia Hesse-Honeg