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Microscopes can see what no human eyes can, paired with a camera and a lot of talent, however, photographers can capture this tiny universe and bring it to all of us. We present a collection of incredible microscope photos that will change how you see the world

Eye of a honey bee covered in dandelion pollen

by Ralph Claus Grimm/Nikon Small World

Eye of a honey bee covered in dandelion pollen

Spore capsule of a moss

by Henri Koskinen/Nikon Small World

Spore capsule of a moss

Juvenile starfish magnified 10 times.

Nikon Small World

Juvenile starfish

Mouse neurons in culture

Nikon Small World

Mouse neurons in culture

Antenna of a male moth

Igor Siwanowicz/Nikon Small World

Antenna of a male moth

Cross-section of a leaf on a water lily bud

Dr. David Maitland

Cross-section of a leaf on a water lily bud

Close-up of ancient Chinese pottery

Yvonne (Yi-Chieh) Lu

Close-up of ancient Chinese pottery

Cow artery cells

Dr. Robert Markus

Cow artery cells

Stinger of a honey bee

Harry Leung/Nikon Small World

Stinger of a honey bee

A 10.5-day-old muse embryo

Maria Boulina, Akira Chiba, and Hasitha Samarajeewa/Nikon Small World

A 10.5-day-old muse embryo

Fern sorus at varying stages of maturity

Rogelio Moreno Gill/Nikon Small World

Fern sorus at varying stages of maturity

Nerves and blood vessels in a mouse ear skin

Tomoko Yamazaki/Nikon Small World

Nerves and blood vessels in a mouse ear skin

Aquatic fly larva (Atherix ibis)

captured here at 25 times its true size by Fabrice Parais.

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