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Barbara Friedman - Under the Microscope inspired Lesson - Yarn - Painted Patterned Paper - Stitching - Embroidery

Photograph of Opal under the microscope- Opal is the birthstone for October and the zodiac sign Libra.  Blonde women wore opal necklaces to protect their hair from losing its color. Queen Victoria loved opals and gave them quite often as wedding presents.

Photograph of Opal under the microscope- Opal is the birthstone for October and the zodiac sign Libra. Blonde women wore opal necklaces to protect their hair from losing its color. Queen Victoria loved opals and gave them quite often as wedding presents.

Stunning Images of Marijuana Under the Microscope

A stunning visual exploration of medicinal Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica, a sample from the book Cannabis Under The Microscope by Ford McCann.

Ever wonder what marijuana looks like up close and personal?  SEM image

Ever wonder what marijuana looks like up close and personal?

Beautiful electron microscopic image of the flower of the cannabis plant. Field of view mm. (Photo: Cannabis Under The Microscope/Neatorama)

Eckhard Völcker   Exploring the Microscopic World inspiration

Eckhard Völcker - Exploring the Microscopic World

(HAWAIIAN SAND GRAINS ARRANGEMENT) Maui sand grains arrangement shows the diversity of sand grains from a thimble-full of sand from a single beach near Lahaina.

Hawaiian Sand Grains Arrangement Hawaiian Sand Grains Arrangement Maui sand grains arrangement shows the diversity of sand grains from a thimble-full of sand from a single beach near Lahaina.

(Left) An unstained cross-section of the industrial hemp plant is shown here, revealing the plant's natural pigments, which highlight the xylem vessels (red) phloem vessels (blue) and fiber bundles (greenish-red). (Right) The artist, inspired by the soft colors, circles, and texture of the image, renders the image in fabric.

The Micro and Macro of the Universe.Absolutely breathtaking artistic interpretations of scientific images.

Very happy-looking grass cells under an electron microscope. PARTY IN THE PLANTS!

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This is a cross section of a single blade of grass, stained for the microscope. The smiley faces are the channels that the water is drawn up through. Science makes me happy too little bade of grass.

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