The snow leopard at the Melbourne Zoo was not at all interested in us during our visit. It did make me chuckle as I swear I have seen my cats make exactly the same face! Story may have been different if I was on the inside of the pen however! Image taken with a Nikon…
If ever I had a favorite group of animals, beyond the Meerkats it would be the Orangutan. They are so similar to us in behaviour that it is at times eerie. A trip to the Melbourne Zoo showed me this character who was at home with his blanket, sitting in the centre of the enclosure…
A nerve trunk is a bundle of nerve fibres, have a look at what they look like under the microscope!
I have always been interested in portrait photography, but never game enough to really ask someone to model for me, how do you think I went with some High-Key self portraits.
This has been one of my favorite Under the Microscope segments, mainly because the item is so abstract that it is very difficult to determine what it is; the coco pop, also known as the Cocoa Krispie
Ever wonder what a piece of cleaning sponge looks like under the microscope, wonder no more!
The Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens located in Sherbrooke contain lovely mountain ash tree’s, complete with a Lake and boat house.
Have a look at a pine leaf cross section under the microscope.
I have always loved the monkeys at the Zoo!
Sulfur is an abundant element found in all living cells, what does it look like under the microscope?
Caffeine, the popular additive in all sorts of beverages (including many of my favorites) looks stunning by polarized light microscopy!
Stearic acid, a common surfactant obtained by saponification of animal fats and oils lights up under polarized light.