Collection by Nuno Cardoso

Nuno Cardoso
Luna Moths Photograph - Luna Moths Fine Art Print Phil and I first saw these beautiful creatures when we first moved to the country from the city. Beautiful Bugs, Beautiful Butterflies, Amazing Nature, Papillon Butterfly, Butterfly Wings, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful

Luna Moths by Millard H. Sharp

Luna Moths is a photograph by Millard H. Sharp which was uploaded on December 8th, 2013. The photograph may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.

Butterfly Wing Closeup Picture: For more images with commentary visit us at www.The-Digital-/gallery Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Butterfly Kisses, Butterfly Wings, Butterfly Wing Pattern, Insect Wings, Flora Und Fauna, 2 Logo

Butterfly Wing Closeup Picture

Picture Name: Butterfly Wing Closeup Picture, Camera: Canon EOS 10D, Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro Lens

La Familia de la Apicultura - The Beekeeping of Family: Ojo de abeja obrera - Eye of worker bee - Abeille . Photo Oeil, Macro And Micro, Fotografia Macro, Bee Art, Photo Competition, Bugs And Insects, Weird Insects, Tier Fotos, Mundo Animal

20 BioScapes Contest Photos--Life Viewed through the Microscope

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 Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the compound eye of a black garden ant (Lasius niger). Micro Photography, Close Up Photography, Nature Photography, Macro Fotografie, Fotografia Macro, Beautiful Bugs, Amazing Nature, Foto Macro, Microscopic Photography

Black garden ant eye,SEM - Stock Image - C007/1158

Black garden ant eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the compound eye of a black garden ant (Lasius niger).

Spiny Orb Weaver (Gasteracantha arcuata) see the other bugs Weird Insects, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, Reptiles, Beautiful Bugs, Amazing Nature, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Cool Bugs

8 Outrageously Weird Insects | Featured Creature

Spiny Orb Weaver (Gasteracantha arcuata) image crediy: Kurt ( Leafhopper – family Cicadellidae image crediy: Kurt ( Shield Bug (Pygoplatys sp) image credit: Kurt ( Look at that face! It’s like it’s going LOL! Ant-mimic Jumping Spider (Myrmarachne plataleoides) image credit: Kurt ( Arcas ducalis image credit: Almir Cândido de Almeida Spiny Giraffe Weevil(Cycnotrachelus sp) […]

No spiders, only insects. Micro Photography, Insect Photography, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, Beautiful Bugs, Animals Beautiful, Foto Macro, Microscopic Photography, Cool Bugs

Kamil Stajniak ANTonio Photography

Trzyszcz leśny (Cicindela silvatica) Czwarty już gatunek polskiego trzyszcza (mamy siedem) w moim portfolio :) Największy przedstawiciel naszych...

Take Better Photos. Mastering picture taking is not as tricky as you may believe it is since you can easily utilize photography tips that will point you throughout the way. Micro Photography, Insect Photography, Digital Photography, Better Photography, Scenic Photography, Foto Macro, Microscopic Photography, Dragonfly Art, Dragonfly Photos -&nbspThis website is for sale! -&nbspmmfotos Resources and Information.

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"The structure of the fly's eye, similar to many other insects, is termed a compound eye and is one of the most precise and ordered patterns in Biology." I will think of this any time I see/hear a fly! Microscope Parts, Electron Microscope, Micro Photography, Nature Photography, Learn Photography, Microscopic Photography, The Ancient Magus Bride, Microscopic Images, Macro And Micro

Looking at the World through a Microscope (Part I)

When you get bored of looking at the world with your own eyes why not look at it trough a microscope? Just looking at the micro world takes our breath away - it's incredibly rich, beautiful and active. I've heard that even science people after looking at the smallest corners of our world see a god here.