For the first article in this series, we explored some of the more stomach-churning sights through a microscope. In this article, we’ll delve a bit deeper into some of the most breath-taking sights.
If you can catch one, there are few sights as amazing as a snowflake through a microscope. Each one is a perfect, tiny form. They look just like fairy-tale snowflakes.
Image: Electron and Confocal Microscopy Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
A fly’s eye
Usually heralded as a bit of a pest, and dirty, a fly isn’t used to a lot of love. But under a microscope, its eye becomes a magnificent scientific marvel.
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Butterflies are beautiful without any magnification, but under a microscope, they’ll take your breath away.
Who would have thought a vitamin would look so beautiful. No wonder they make you feel good!
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A Peacock Feather
Another one, whose beauty is exacerbated by magnification – all the iridescent details are captivating.