A nondescript collection of oddments
By Paul James
No doubt most of us collect images which don't fit into any particular category for various reasons but were nevertheless caught on camera either in macro mode or over the microscope itself. Here are some of my oddments. (I've had to severely compress them in order to guarantee transmission as high winds recently this winter in the UK have been causing uploading/downloading problems for me.)
The puncture immune snail manages to negotiate the bramble trail !
milk drop manages to drop its
coronet tips almost perfectly around itself
|Darkfield image of organic form resembling a light bulb !|
enhanced COL image at around x 1200 of a lively critter
for just one moment. Its cilia were extremely difficult to capture.
porthole in a ship's side but the close
view of an oil immersion objective in well
The proverbial bee sting
Unkown aquatic protozoan in blue darkfield
|Rose thorn beside stinging nettle leaf|
|All comments welcome by the author Paul James|
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