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Insects seen under a Scanning Electron Microscope



Usually, when we take a closer look at things through a microscope, we find them fascinating. Not in this case though. These images of insects captured by Steve Gschmeissner through a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) show that insects look as gross as you had imagined, if not more.

Via: Hypemunch, Notcot

2 Comments

  1. This is disgusting.

  2. Stuart Harlan Doblin

    “Why do each of these creatures, convey so much of their ‘character’ – in these reverentially stunning – scanning electron microscope monographs?”

    “Because…The Artist as Photographer is Superb!!”

    “Really – Bravo!!”

    I feel I’ve met these – ‘all lovable’ – character ‘sub-types’ in humanity.

    The Indigo dude with the lavender headdress (image five of six), I met that guy in New Orleans over thirty-years ago – what a cracker! And the Sour Puss below Indigo, that’s my father on a roll – trying to concentrate beyond his mental constipation!!

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