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The Dame, by Richard Stark, UK book cover Cover: Craig Dodd Source: Existential Ennui (visit them to see a huge collection of British book cover designs of the and

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By slicing rocks very thin and using special filters, geologists can turn a drab-looking rock sample into a slice of color. These photographs zoom in on tiny sections of rock just a few millimeters across. The images can tell geologists about the formation and composition of a rock, or, as Italian geoscientist Bernardo Cesare discovered, they can provide a palette for artistic beauty.

Gallery: Hidden Rainbows in Ordinary Rocks

Microscopic view of garnet peridotite. Amazing colors and patterns - looks like stained glass but abstract - I'd like to use this is in a rug! From Alpe Arami, Switzerland.

Photographer: Dr George Chapman | Mesophyll parenchyma, cell from the leaf of a sweet wormwood plant. Many of the cells organelles are visible including the nucleus ,orange, and many chloroplasts

Photographer: Dr George Chapman | Mesophyll parenchyma, cell from the leaf of a sweet wormwood plant. Many of the cells organelles are visible including the nucleus ,orange, and many chloroplasts

I love how you can see the cells embedded in/passing through the vein wall. Ruptured venule under scanning electron microscope.

Red blood cells exposed inside a torn venule. A venule is a very small blood vessel in the microcirculation that allows deoxygenated blood to return from the capillary beds to veins.

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