The kidneys process some 200L of fluid a day, removing organic waste from the body and maintaining a pH balance but what do they look like under the microscope.
This episode of “Cool Stuff Under the Microscope” focuses on Activated Carbon, which is a compound used for many different purposes, it can be used for air sampling to collect chemicals for later analysis, or alternatively can be used in filtration to absorb chemicals removing them from the environment be it water, air or otherwise….
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.
I visited Cardinia Reservoir Park on the way home from work to try and get some landscape shots and actually came across the Eastern Grey Kangaroo or Macropus giganteus, often at dusk the park is full of Kangaroo’s and this trip was no exception however I was not expecting the little Joey in the Kangaroo’s pouch….
This is part two (2) of my Butterfly images, I spent a significant amount of time in this enclosure so wanted to share more images with you.
Sunset over lakeside Pakenham on the 30th of December, 2015 with a lovely orange glow :).
On a recent work trip I visited Queenstown for three days for a conference, part of the trip related to work but thankfully there was a bit of time to do some sightseeing and of course (as I always do) capture some photos.
Sunset from the Housing estate off Pakenham Road, on the 30th September 2016.
Caffeine, the popular additive in all sorts of beverages (including many of my favorites) looks stunning by polarized light microscopy!
Have a peek at Potassium Carbonate; a common buffer, drying agent and fire extinguishing medium under the microscope.
I took a flight from Queenstown to Milford Sound which went for around 45 mins to an hour, a cruise across Milford Sound which went for around two hours and a return flight which went for around 45 minutes to an hour.
Uluru is a sacred formation within the Northern Territory which is estimated to be some 500 million years old