Anonymous asked: Hey, Nice pics, really helped me for my art homework. Did you use a filter to enhance the images
nope, they’re all from google images. i didn’t create any of these photos.
Anonymous asked: hi! great images. i'm an art teacher looking for inspiration and my 5th grade students are learning about cells this year, so i found your site by googling images. what do you teach and where? did you use a filter to enhance the images. they are stunning.
hi there. I haven’t done much with this blog in about six months, but after this nice message i’ll have to start up again! I’m not a teacher—I’m actually a college drop-out, heh. The images are all from google-image searching “microscopic”. I believe I put sources, but if not, they’re pretty much all on google images. Sorry I’m not as awesome and hands-on as I might seem!
Heart muscle cells derived from stem cells. Teal and aqua colors represent the fibers that allow the cells to contract to produce a heartbeat, while red represents the cell’s nucleus.
Image from Dr. Gabor Foldes, Prof. Sian Harding, BHF Chair Professor Michael Schneider, and Dr. Nadire Ali. Imperial College London.
sperm under a microscope
SARS virus under a microscope
palm plant cells under a microscope
vegetal tissue under a microscope
dust bunny under a microscope