Sand under a microscope. You will never look at sand the same way ever again :)

Sand under a microscope

I had to repin this pic of round stones.  Not just because the imagery is cool but tempted to pin under geek category... reminds me of a sci-fi - invasion of the aliens or something.  Maybe these are Tribble eggs? Too geek?  LOL

I had to repin this pic of round stones. Not just because the imagery is cool but tempted to pin under geek category... reminds me of a sci-fi - invasion of the aliens or something. Maybe these are Tribble eggs? Too geek? LOL

クマムシ・Under an Electron Microscope The tardigrades, (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) feeds on nematodes and rotifers. This animal was found in a moss sample in a crater lake in Kenya. Water bears are found throughout the world, in the Arctic, high mountains, the tropics and the ocean to the deep sea. scanning electron microscope, magnification 400:1 (in 12x12cm)

クマムシ・Under an Electron Microscope The tardigrades, (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) feeds on nematodes and rotifers. This animal was found in a moss sample in a crater lake in Kenya. Water bears are found throughout the world, in the Arctic, high mountains, the tropics and the ocean to the deep sea. scanning electron microscope, magnification 400:1 (in 12x12cm)

The incredible beauty of sand grains from a thimble-full of sand from a single beach near Lahaina, Maui ~ microphotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

The incredible beauty of sand grains from a thimble-full of sand from a single beach near Lahaina, Maui ~ microphotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

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