Take a peek at Aspirin under the microscope, but this time by dark field microscopy.
A panorama of the sun setting over the Mater Hospital in Brisbane.
Kata Tjuta (meaning many heads to the Pitjantjatjara aboriginal people), also known as The Olga’s is a rock formation located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park and is located around 30 km’s away from Uluru.
Have a peek at Spirogyra under the microscope, a relatively common green algae found in bioactive fresh waters.
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.
In November, we visited Grants Picnic Ground in the Sherbrook Forest (Off Monbulk Rd, Belgrave) to allow me to take some photos. I thought it might be nice to bring my daughter and wife along to see some of the birds. The park offers a fenced feeding area / cafe where you can purchase seeds…
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.
A nerve trunk is a bundle of nerve fibres, have a look at what they look like under the microscope!
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.
Caffeine, the popular additive in all sorts of beverages (including many of my favorites) looks stunning by polarized light microscopy!
I have always loved the monkeys at the Zoo!
I visited the Melbourne Zoo in August, and found so many creatures big and small interesting. The color on the birds was impressive, sadly the wire impacted on the image quality somewhat.