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See the World From Up Close - 17 Fascinating Macro Photos

 Imagine if you could shrink yourself to a microscopic size and explore the world from a new and exciting angle. Although science didn’t quite figure out a way to do that yet, macro photography has developed greatly in recent years, and it allows us the closest possible experience. The images below give us a glimpse of the world through a microscope’s lens. And let us tell you, it’s quite fascinating...

1. Fossilized coralOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens fossillized coral

2. A snowflakeOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens snowflake

3. A frozen drop of apple juiceOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens apple juice

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4. A drop of honeyOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens a drop of honey

5. A spruce needleOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens spruce needle

6. SugarOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens sugar

Related: Can You Recognize These Everyday Objects From Up-Close?

7. A tulip cellOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens tulip cell

8. Chia seedsOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens chia seeds

9. Blue coral polyps. Iron salts that are part of their composition give blue coral polyps a unique blue tint. Ordinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens blue coral

10. Natural agates are semi-precious stones used in jewelry.Ordinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens agate

11. Calcite is a widespread mineral that comes in a variety of colors. The Great Barrier Reef, which stretches for 2,000 kilometers along the coast of Australia, is also composed of calcite.Ordinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens calcite

12. Sulfur is one of the few chemical elements that is found in its pure form in nature.Ordinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens sulfur

13. ParacetamolOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens paracetamol

Related: The Majestic World of Tiny Creatures

14. An insect's eyeOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens insect eye

15. ButterfliesOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens butterflies

16. MagnoliaOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens magnolia

17. DandelionOrdinary Objects Through Microscopic Lens dandelion

Source of images: Bright Side

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