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Can You Recognize These Everyday Objects From Up-Close?

 The world can look quite fascinating when we view it from up-close. In fact, even the simplest of objects can appear to have worlds within worlds with macro photography, also known as extreme close-up photography. In the past, we have featured various posts on extraordinary macro images of nature. However, photographer Csaba Horvath likes to focus on everyday household items to show us their uniqueness from a close perspective. From drops on a DVD to the close-up shot of a needle, these macro images of non-living things will definitely leave you amazed. 

1. Water drops on a DVD exposed to sunlight.

Macro Photos, DVD disc
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

2. The plastic jewels on a Christmas decoration.

Macro Photos, Plastic jewels
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

3. This is what the mini-universe in a shampoo bottle looks like.

Macro Photos, shampoo bottle
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

4. Dewdrops on a water bottle exposed to sunshine.

Macro Photos, Drops
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

5. A broken phone screen.

Macro Photos,  phone screen.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

6. Bubbles in a hand sanitizer.

Macro Photos, hand sanitizer.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

7. The bubbles in a bottle of soap.

Macro Photos, soap
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

8. The tip of a sewing needle.

Macro Photos, sewing needle.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

9. Clockwork

Macro Photos, clockwork
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

10. A close-up of a lamp with a telephoto lens.

Macro Photos, lamp
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

11. Beads from up-close.

Macro Photos,
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

12. A broken LCD screen.

Macro Photos, broken LCD screen.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

13. A metal tea filter.

Macro Photos, tea filter.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

14. Inside a Russian wristwatch.

Macro Photos, Russian wristwatch.
Image credit: Csaba Horvath

15. The tip of the needle used in electrical testing equipment.

Macro Photos, Tip of a needle
Image credit: Csaba Horvath
To view even more works by this photographer, check out his Facebook page. 
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