Magnified World


When I looked through my first microscope at the age of eight, I didn't just see tiny swimming microbes from our bird bath. I saw the complete and total beauty of the world in the tiniest details. Here I post what we pass every day because we cannot see it. I hope you can see the beauty as I do.
Sucrose crystals in a phosphate buffer at 30x magnification. If I’d found these before, I’d posted them during the Olympic opening ceremonies.
Honorable mention in the 1994 Nikon Small World Competition.

Sucrose crystals in a phosphate buffer at 30x magnification. If I’d found these before, I’d posted them during the Olympic opening ceremonies.

Honorable mention in the 1994 Nikon Small World Competition.

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