Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Greatly magnified images of familiar things.

Journal

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

magazine cover, printed on coated paper, a 20-fold increase

Someone took a picture of Russell Kershman (Resolution Sciences Corp., USA)

Method of photography: Fluorescence

LCD

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The cholesteric phase is 55% CB15 in resistors E48, used in the production of LCD monitors, in a 100-fold increase

Someone took a picture: Dr. Christian Pain (University of Magdeburg Otto von Guericke, Department of Experimental Physics, Germany)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Tobacco

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Fragments of the tobacco mosaic virus in 34 000 times magnification

Someone took a picture: Dr Jeremy Burgess (Photo Researchers Inc., USA)

Method of photography: Electronic Transmission

carpet

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Carpet fibers in the 20-fold increase

Someone took a picture: Dr. Shirley Owens (University of Michigan, Center for modern microscopy, USA)

Method of photography: fluorescence and polarized light

Coffee

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The crystals were 1, 3, 7-trimetilpurin-2, 6-dione (caffeine) in a 20-fold increase

Someone took a picture of Alfred Pasieka (Photo Researchers Inc., USA)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Money

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Crez coins in the 63-fold increase Someone took a picture: Peter Lutz (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Milk

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Cow milk 2,800-fold magnification

Someone took a picture: Alan Poul (Science Photo Library, United Kingdom)

Method of photography: Light microscope

the CD

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

surface of the disc in the 416-fold increase

Someone took a picture of Oliver Meker Nicole Ottawa (Eye of Science, Germany)

Method of photography: Light microscope

Fly

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Cpermatozoidy fruit fly Drosophila virilis 400-fold increase

Someone took a picture: Earl Nishiguchi (Kauai Community College, USA)

Method Color: dark field microscope

The liquid for contact lenses

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The crystals remaining after evaporation of the liquid for the storage of contact lenses, in a 400-fold increase

Someone took a picture: Dr. Donald Pottle (Institute of Eye Diseases Shepensa, USA)

Method of photography: Differential interference contrast

Condom

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The monodisperse latex spheres in a 100-fold increase

Who photographed Alice Kilgo (Sandia National Laboratory, USA)

Method of photography: Light microscope

Leather Jacket

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The cell culture of epithelial LLCPK1 pigs in a 1000-fold increase Someone took a picture: Dr. Nasser Ruzan (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)

Method of photography: Confocal and epifluorescence microscopy

Saccharin

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

crystals of saccharin in 25-fold magnification

Who photographed the Los Modderman (Netherlands)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Plastic Bag

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

The deformed polyethylene sheet 40x magnification

Someone took a picture: Zdenka Enikova (Czech Technical University, Czech Republic)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Vitamin B1

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

crystals of thiamine (vitamin B1) in a 28-fold increase

Who photographed: Prof. Manfred Kage (KAGE Mikrofotografie, Germany)

Method of photography: Polarized light

Paper

Amazing microcosm of ordinary objects

Fibers Australian Sitnik (Juncus sp.) Of the paper machine tide in a 100-fold increase

Someone took a picture of Charles Kazilek (University of Arizona, "Paper Project" / bioimaging Laboratory, USA)

Method of photography: Confocal microscopy