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Dragonfly Wing, photo by Harold Davis.   Up close, lit from behind by the setting sun—the photo shows a magnification of about ten times.

Dragonfly Wing, photo by Harold Davis. Up close, lit from behind by the setting sun—the photo shows a magnification of about ten times.

Artist...Marina Brydnya - Night Elf  Images like this is most probably where legends about Faeries come from.

Artist...Marina Brydnya - Night Elf Images like this is most probably where legends about Faeries come from.

Wing of a dragonfly, detail: Photography by Rolf Müller The wing shows a interesting structure: there are cells with a certain angle (120° and 90°). look up Fibonacci's Fractals

Wing of a dragonfly, detail: Photography by Rolf Müller The wing shows a interesting structure: there are cells with a certain angle (120° and 90°). look up Fibonacci's Fractals

Photogram by Andreas Feininger - Dragonfly Wing, 1937. Andreas Feininger (cityscapes, archictectural, landscape and nature photography, portraits, and photojournalism) is remembered as one of the most significant artists in the history of photography. His images, which capture in minute detail insects, flowers, mussels, wood, and stone, bestow an almost sculptural character upon natural forms.

Photogram by Andreas Feininger - Dragonfly Wing, 1937. Andreas Feininger (cityscapes, archictectural, landscape and nature photography, portraits, and photojournalism) is remembered as one of the most significant artists in the history of photography. His images, which capture in minute detail insects, flowers, mussels, wood, and stone, bestow an almost sculptural character upon natural forms.

Fabric collection 'Insected' detail 'Caterpillar' from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms, nature's own eye-catchers are the inspiration behind 'Insceted', a collection of women's fashion textiles created for the modern femme fatale.   by Barbara Medo www.barbaramedo.com

Fabric collection 'Insected' detail 'Caterpillar' from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms, nature's own eye-catchers are the inspiration behind 'Insceted', a collection of women's fashion textiles created for the modern femme fatale. by Barbara Medo www.barbaramedo.com

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