Cross-section of plant roots. Beautiful nature. Microscopic Photography. Science as art.
A garnet peridotite from Alpe Arami, Switzerland.
Epiphytic orchids often grow on the branches of trees in tropical forests. their unique structure allows them to absorb and store water. photo by Phil Gates
Polypodium vulgare, Fern Frond at 10x Magnification, Eckhard Völcker
Caffeine crystals, Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy
Water & Oil
Spirogyra algae (25X)
SDO's Ultra-high Definition View of 2012 Venus Transit -- Path Sequence by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr
Hyacinth plants. Coloured X-ray of a row of hyacinth plants at various stages of development and flowering.
D. Prolifera by ramamayoor - see others on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57225267@N06/
Microscopic photo of eye area of jewel beetle.by Marc Van Hove, Belgium
Microscopic Images of Alcohol
An entire Drosophila ovary. Image by Denise Montell, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Blue green algae
A photomicrograph of a hummingbird feather shaft, barbs, and barbules is shown, magnified 25x.
A crystal of the hormone progesterone is shown, magnified 40x.
Dinobryon, a colony of Golden algae (Chrysophyta). The single celled alage live in tubes.
Japanese Firefly squid
In the dark deep, the burglar alarm jellyfish lights up blue (far left) to call in predators of its attackers; researchers copied this pattern with LEDs (near left) to lure organisms to an underwater camera.