Blue-Green Diatom by Pam Blackstone

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Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous. Cortical bone usually makes up the.

Pattern appears to be a universal design principal, a binding force, which inspires all of life and nature - Synaptic Stimuli

Antique Victorian Microscope Slides Diatoms, Sponge Spicules, and Plates and Anchors of Synapta

Diatoms are microscopic algae. They inhabit fresh and salt waters and are among the most abundant of all phytoplankton. An example of diatom art—practiced since Victorian times—of arranging diatoms pleasingly. Thanks, freaky Victorians!

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns, often moved by a single hair.

Christmas Mandala Prints - Snowflake II 2011 Print by Kathryn Strick

Christmas Mandala Prints - Snowflake II 2011 Print by Kathryn Strick

Diatoms arranged and dyed under the microscope to create this photograph; created by Klaus Kemp, a micromanipulator. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Diatoms: Image of a Exhibition-Diatom' [in Darkfield, Phase Annulus Plan Objective]; an arrangement by master diatomist Klaus Kemp of the United Kingdom.

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Mystical Child

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freehand mandala #2 - Sarah Ann Greene

Free Bird

Sarah Ann Greene's intricate freehand mandalas mesmerize the eye.

Antique Victorian Microscope Slides - Diatoms

Antique Victorian Microscope Slides - Diatoms

Blue-Green Diatom by Pam Blackstone

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