These incredible microscopic images will amaze you and make you realize just how beautiful this world is. Even under the microscope, you can see that the things around us are perfect. These photographs were entered into the annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography competition. Take a look at the world under the microscope.
A house fly was photographed by Charles B. Krebs. It won 1st prize in 2005.
Cancer cells or HeLa 300X magnifies look like this. The photo was taken by Thomas J. Deerinck.
Sand 4x looks like this. And you thought it’s only sand. It was photographed by Yanping Wan.
Daphnia Magna aka freshwater water flea looks like this when magnified 100x.
How does a perfect snow flake look like? Maybe this is the answer you’ve searched for. It was photographed by Manuela Schaper. The snowflake won 16th place in the 2001 competition.
This is a photo of a butterfly tongue of Stephen S. Nagy, MD took this photo in 2011.
This image shows sections of a human brain, magnified 63 times. It was photographed by Dr. María Prado-Figueroa.
This photo of a magnified geranium flower (20x) was taken by Shamuel Silberman.
This is how Bubble Plastic Wrap Injected with Ink looks like.
Cute little ants look scary under the microscope. This ant was photographed by Dr. Jan Michels.