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A Scanning Electron Microscope Image of Spider Silk Glands Making a Thread!

“Ballooning” Spiders Use Electrostatic Forces To Generate Lift

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. the colours looks very interesting under a microscope

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Elegant Pink Mushrooms, so pretty and unusual. I have always loved Pink. I know it's in Vogue right Now, But it's always been my favorite Color. My bedroom furniture as a Girl was all Pink. I had the coolest room. I love you.

Sand magnified 250 times, each grain stunningly individual. - Imgur God Rocks!To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand  And Eternity in an hour. ~William Blake quote inside the pages of  "A Grain of Sand: Nature's Secret Wonder"

Sand magnified 250 times, each grain stunningly individual.

Magnifying sand 250 times through a specialised microscope, we can see its true beauty. Grains are made up of crystals, shell fragments and volcanic rock

Soap foam macros  #photography #macro_photography #mytumblr

Soap foam macro photography - this would make a stunning window or a beautiful pot or piece of glass or a textile, a brilliant example of natural form

Spider spinneret. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the end of a spider's abdomen showing silk (threads) being produced by a spinneret. Magnification: x600 when printed 10cm wide.

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the end of a spider's abdomen showing silk (threads) being produced by a spinneret. Magnification: when printed wide. (it really is a tangle of fibers, not a single thread!

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Frighteningly Beautiful Shots of Australian Peacock Spider by Jurgen Otto

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