Ever wonder what absorbant wipes look like under the microscope, well wonder no more 🙂
The Little Wattlebird, also known as the Anthochaera chrysopthera is a medium to large honeyeater found in various regions of eastern Australia (from the Meliphagidae family). This specific bird was found in Upper Beaconsfield flying in and out of the flora. The little Wattlebird has a lovely call (seen calling in the first image) and is…
Uluru is a sacred formation within the Northern Territory which is estimated to be some 500 million years old
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.
Recently I posted a mystery item, that mystery item was the Sultana. So this episode of Under the Microscope is showing the Sultana I recently mentioned.
This episode of “Cool Stuff Under the Microscope” is focused on Silica Gel, which is a material used in air sampling to absorb chemicals which are later desorbed for analysis by specific analytical techniques. A piece of Silica was placed on a Microscope slide and analysed under the Radical microscope (More info here) with a…
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….
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!
I thought I would share another of my favorite animal, the meerkat!
Have a sneak peak at Lichen under the microscope, as focus stacked with Helicon Focus.
Take a peek at Aspirin under the microscope, but this time by dark field microscopy.
I visited the Melbourne Zoo in August, and found so many creatures big and small interesting. The Lemur seemed to be having a good time watching everyone come in, they are quite alert creatures from what I could see.