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Microscopy: 1984: ancient bronze specimen from Thailand showing metal and corrosion interface (400x) Rheinberg Illumination

A crosscut from the leaf of a cedar tree, Cedrus atlantica. Image by Christian Gautier.

Moth Trails at Night - Steve Irvine captured this amazing long exposure photo of moth trails at night. The National Geographic explains: Fluttering wings leave lacy trails as moths beat their way to a floodlight on a rural Ontario lawn. The midsummer night’s exposure, held for 20 seconds, captured some of the hundreds of insects engaged in a nocturnal swarm.

Trachea of a scolopendrid | 1993 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon’s Small World

2002 Small World, 20th Prize - Alan Opsahl Pharmacia Corporation - Skokie, Illinois, USA Specimen: Mouse tongue (squamous epithelium) (170x) Technique: Darkfield

Human skin | 2005 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Endothelial cell culture (microtubules and nuclei) | 2004 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Deposited silicon dioxide layer was polydimethyl glutarimide-, magnified 200 times.

Microscopy: 1982: calcium sulfate crystals in matrix of small calcium-magnesium carbonate crystals in 100 million year old rock (20x) polarized light