I visited the Melbourne Zoo earlier in the year and got a number of photos including of some of the Reptiles. I am not a fan of the reptiles, I know people have pet snakes and Lizards and so on but being honest, that is just not for me. That said they are impressive creatures…
Have a look at the Anther of Lilium Spp herbaceous flower under the microscope.
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…
I was never a fan of snakes, but do have some level of appreciation for them; that is, I appreciate them being behind the glass :). This snake was within the Reptile Enclosure enjoying a bask.
The Giraffe is one of the most magestic animals at the melbourne zoo, and was a very popular attraction…
Driving along the south Gippsland Highway, in Victoria, Australia; I came across the Koo Wee Rup Observation Tower, The views were fairly impressive and I have hopefully captured some of these in a 360° panoramic image / tour.
the second part of the trip involved a visit to Wanaka before stopping overnight at the Lake Hawea Hotel. The actual lake itself (Hawea) is located in the Otago region at an altitude of around 348 metres. The lake itself is named in Maori and is thought to be named after a local tribe, however, at the time no information was available as to the actual meaning of the name.
Have a look at the sporophyll of Bracken under the microscope.
I HATE self portraits, but really wanted to have a try at a low-key image but didn’t have a model to try this with. In the end they were underexposed (and i look like a serial killer), but how did you think I went?
The claws on a bear are an impressive thing, watching the bear at the Melbourne Zoo tear into its lunch gave me a greater appreciation that we don’t come face to face with these where I live. Image taken with Nikon D5300 and Tamron 150-600mm Macro.
Love it or hate it, Chilli (flake) is a regular staple in many households, but what does it look like under the microscope?
Visit the link to find out more about the fiery chilli, and see it in more detail under the microscope!
The teeth and claws on the lion are incredible.