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REMARKABLE MACRO PHOTOS OF INSECT

SAM DROEGE | USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring

Sam Droege - The USGS Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Program designs and develops large and small scale surveys for native bees. As part of that program we also develop identification tools and keys for native bee species. One aspect of creating those tools is creating accurate and detailed pictures of native bees and the plants and insects they interact with. Photos were taken with a system developed by Dr. Anthony G Gutierrez and taken by Brooke Alexander, Sue Boo, Heagan Ahmed and Sierra Williams.

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JAVASCAPES - abstractions of the flow and dispersion of cream into coffee

PA, Wrightsville-based photographer Daniel G. Walczyk - "In a simple, everyday and even mundane act, life erupts from the firmament; the subatomic and microscopic beginnings of the universe and the history of the world are revealed in the abstractions of the flow and dispersion of cream into coffee. "Javascapes" began life from a serendipitous observation by artist/photographer d. g. walczyk as he poured cream into his pint glass of iced coffee in the summer of 2011. What he saw as the cream was poured and before stirring to thoroughly blend was a variable speed dispersion of the heavier liquid in the darkness of the caffeinated unknown; the formation of a new world in the cold "molten" admixture of South Pacific Blend and 1/2 & 1/2."

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SNOWFLAKES BY MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW OSOKIN

The Moscow-based photographer Andrew Osokin demonstrates incredible patience that has to be a prerequisite in order to capture such stunning shots of the objects, which might melt shortly after touching the ground. Osokin’s collections focus on the smaller things in life that are usually overlooked by busy passersby such as raindrops, insects and this time, snowflakes. [+]

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Macro Photographs by DAVID CHAMBON

Over the past few months photographer David Chambon has been working on a phenomenal series of photos featuring insects covered in morning dew.

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Photographer Shikhei Goh

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funky chicken  ( Canon EOS 500D ) cosmic bubblestream machine

Artist Pery Burge

Artist photographing ink, glass and natural objects with a macro lens. Catalyst for nature. 

  • funky chicken | eating blue food  ( Canon EOS 500D )
  • cosmic bubblestream machine | large scale pattern generator in the sky  ( Canon EOS 500D )
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Cliff Briggie Macro Photography  ( DSC_1502_copy | DSC_1509 )

This photos was taken on March 31, 2012 using a Nikon D300.

Young Artist: Philippe L’Enfant de Dagobert

Incredibly Colorful Macro Soap Photography

For a psychedelic blast to the past, check out these insane photographs with bright colors and flat shapes reminiscent of 1970’s pop art. To create these images, Scotland-based photographer Jane Thomas experiments with soapy water and a macro lens to capture light and reflections through thin films of liquid.

Jane Thomas’s website - Flickr

'Ice' By Carol Ann Haneferd


lace of yce By Fănăţan Nicoleta

Photographs by Fernan Federici

Photographs by Fernan Federici

Photographer - Felice Frankel

Photographer - Felice Frankel

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