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Cell photography

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Major Break Up Pushed Me To Create Photography Series About Self-Love

After a major break up, I deeply believed that if I didn’t transform myself into a more likable woman, there would be no more happiness in my life. So I started to dispose of everything that defined the old “me”-things I did, said, and even believed, and in particular the way I interacted with men. I chose to “de-self” myself in order to please potential romantic partners. After a few years, though, I found that the more I de-selfed myself, the more I hated myself. I realized that…

A horsetail stem stained white. Olivier Leroux. olympus-bioscapes-microscopic-018

Every year, the scientists and microscope devotees submit their images and movies of natural subjects, shot under a microscope to the Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition.

Infinity Imagined — A reminder that the inside of the cell is as...

A reminder that the inside of the cell is as beautiful as outer space. Digital Renders by Evan Ingersoll & Gael McGill Paintings by David Goodsell

Fern Stalk Cross Section Spore-producing plants belonging to the division Filicophyta are commonly referred to as ferns. The primitive vascular plants are extremely diverse and have been present on Earth for over 300 million years.

view Sarah P... on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/people/rightleftdesign/ NB: Wonderful images to be found at Sarah's flickr site! At my previous post I introduced my Tumblr site Seed Capsules - scroll down to following post... (or click on older post). What this Tumblr site does so well is archive things I wish to save to view or read later... and although it may appear as an extremely eclectic hotch potch .... this content may often relate to what I may be thinking about in relation to this…

And these are our lung cells. | This Is What The Human Body Really Looks Like Under A Microscope

"Nuclei, which contain the cell’s genetic information, appear blue. Mitochondria, which generate energy for the cell, are yellow," writes Salter.