Have a look at the Anther of Lilium Spp herbaceous flower under the microscope.
Every now and again I ‘cheat’ by way of photography and these Cockatoo shots are no exception. Sometimes so as to not be anti-social I don’t want to be out waiting for birds to land to try and get photos and want to be able to set the camera up and just ‘leave’ it to…
See my numerous 360 interactive panorama’s of Gardens By the Bay in Singapore, taken both during the day and also at night.
Have a look at the sporophyll of Bracken under the microscope.
The Giraffe is one of the most magestic animals at the melbourne zoo, and was a very popular attraction…
The Blue Pools track is another must visit if you are on the South Island and near the Mount Aspiring National Park. The Blue River itself is a small river which flows within the Mount Aspiring National Park. The head of the river is south-east of the main range near the Mountain Eyetooth, and later on, the north and south branch join to form the main Blue River. Prior to the Blue River flowing into the Makrora river, it passes through a narrow gorge which is known as the ‘Blue Pools’.
A bit of a focus stacked demo of a rose using the Helicon focus software.
Ever wonder what absorbant wipes look like under the microscope, well wonder no more 🙂
I love microscopy, I think there are so many cool things around in everyday life that seem fairly simple at first glance but when you get the opportunity to look at them in greater detail they just look so different to what you would typically expect. Since I have now set up, I wanted to…
The frog is a marker of the health of an ecosystem, also known as a bioindicator. This is because of their permable skin which easily absorbs chemicals and also their habitat including both terresterial and aquatic environments.
The Arteries and Veins can be considered the vital plumbing of the body. Arteries are responsible for taking oxygenated blood away from the heart, whilst veins are responsible for taking de-oxygenated blood back to the lungs for re-oxygenation.
Nicatonic Acid, or Vitamin B3 looks interesting under the microscope and displays some birefringence.