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    94x magnification (when viewed at 100%), taken with a Nikon SMZ1500 Stereomicroscope coupled with a Spot Insight Digital Color Camera. Placed in the top 30, Nikon Small World 2005.

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    Registered Copyright © 2005, Tracy E. Anderson. All rights reserved.

    Reciprocity, KitsPix, and 1507 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. @Doug88888 85 months ago | reply

      Fabulous macro - I love the idea and the detail here - brilliant

    2. Gilles Monot 84 months ago | reply

      Very good! published on photo blog

    3. SilkyBanana 84 months ago | reply

      Awsome, but a bit gross at the same time!

    4. Brunosmmm 83 months ago | reply

      Insane macro!

    5. paulwood35 [deleted] 78 months ago | reply

      pretty cool!

    6. Robczn 77 months ago | reply

      Added to my favourite favourites of the week

    7. Mező, Kornél (mostly away) 75 months ago | reply

      wow, this is really special

    8. gadadenka 73 months ago | reply

      very nice picture

    9. Lynell Burmark 69 months ago | reply

      Dear Trazy,

      This is the most amazing photo!

      I was wondering if you might give me permission to use it in my presentations and in a book I'm writing for educators on how to make better presentations (They Snooze, You Lose: An Educator's Guide to Successful Presentations). Part 2 of the book is about making your good presentations "stick," doing things to make the kids remember what you've taught. I would LOVE to use your image at the beginning of that section -- to "stick" a visual to the teachers' brains.

      I'd be happy to cite you, provide a link to your website, whatever you'd like.

      I'm "stuck" on wanting to use this image. It's so powerful and it feels exactly right for what I'm trying to convey.

      Thank you so much,

      Lynell Burmark

    10. elenamaryclare 65 months ago | reply

      Hi, we would love to use this photograph alongside an article on biomimicry. Would it be possible to get a high res copy? It will appear on a design trend forecasting website named Of course we will reference you. Many thanks

    11. hupeto 63 months ago | reply

      f&cking awezome i loved it!!!

    12. cutelyaware 63 months ago | reply

      It's incredible that you can get so much of it so sharp. I sure do wish it were half of a stereo pair but I'm still making it my new Windows wallpaper.
      Simply stunning. Thank you for this high-res beauty.

    13. r.brady20 61 months ago | reply

      Hi i have used this image in my thesis...can u give a brief description of the image? thanks :)

    14. itCHINg-sWELLing-bURniNG-BRaiN! 59 months ago | reply

      love this image.....great contrast!

    15. LensLock 56 months ago | reply

      I can hear it from here! Great work.

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