Art in Nature - mushroom closeup with rippling layers & textures; organic inspirations for design

Art in Nature - mushroom closeup with rippling layers & textures; organic inspirations for design

A unique close-up image of a living human brain has won the Wellcome Prize for microscope photography after it was taken during a surgical procedure to treat a patient with epilepsy.    Taken by Robert Ludlow of UCL's Institute of Neurology, the image is a rare shot of a living brain - a view normally only seen by neurosurgeons, showing veins, arteries and grey matter flushed pink with blood.

The not so grey matter: Incredible close-up shot of living human brain wins microscope photography competition

The photo was taken Robert Ludlow - of the Institute of Neurology at the University of Central London - while operating a patient to treat his epilepsy. It won the Wellcome Image Award two years ago.

This is a cross section of the stem of the plant commonly known as goosegrass or sticky Jack and more scientifically as Galium aparine.

This is a cross section of the stem of the plant commonly known as goosegrass or sticky Jack and more scientifically as Galium aparine. Beyond the Human Eye: Sticky Jack

LOS PORTADORES DE OXÍGENO

This shows gametic because gametic involves cells and these are red blood cells.

microscopic creatures:DIATOMS are single celled photosynthetic algae that are abundant in Earth’s lakes and oceans ~ they exist in a myriad of shapes ~ patterns ~ colors

Ascidian (Ascidiae) from Ernst Haeckel's "Kunstformen der Natur" (Art forms of Nature) of 1904 // About "Kunstformen Der Nature": // About Ernst Haeckel: // Tags: Vintage

Transverse section of an ostrich fern (250x) Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2015 - The Atlantic

Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2015

Winners of Nikon’s 2015 Small World Contest Reveal the Microscopic Beauty of Our World

Fractal vegetable (Romanesco broccoli) Mathematics of nature

325 Fractal vegetable - Its a Romanesco broccoli up close and fractal. Just like a sunflower heart, it is a true example of mathematics in nature. I think it is a striking vegetable.

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