- David Richman
(USA) describes and illustrates some species of these attractive
insects, particularly those found at the Bitter Lake National
Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico.
close-up view of the wild flower 'common teasel' - Brian
Johnston (Canada) shares an attractive selection of images on
the macro and micro level of this striking plant.
Mathias arrow, a versatile oblique lighting device -
Walter Dioni (Mexico)
discusses and illustrates the results from this intriguing
illumination technique described by Erhard Mathias.
gallery: A lichen in close-up
- Alan Rulis (USA)
shares some images of a lichen at different magnification
gallery: Hydra - still images and video clips
- Donald Ferry
(USA) presents some well seen stills and video clips of
gallery: Terrestial slug, thin tissue sections
- M Halit Umar
(The Netherlands) presents an attractive selection of images
showing aspects of the internal structures associated with a
oblique lighting Part IV
- Paul James (UK) share further experiences of this form
of versatile illumination.
gallery: Plastic gauze under the microscope
- Dave Walker
(UK) shows how a fine plastic gauze commonly found
in the home can be attractive when viewed under the microscope
using different lighting conditions.
articles of interest by Micscape contributors:
Pennine landscapes with the Fuji S2 digital SLR camera
- Ian Walker (UK) shares a selection of landscapes and nature
images taken in northern England, with his thoughts on the
and cons of this digital camera.
The winning photographs in the Nikon Small World 2003
competition can be enjoyed on the Nikon
MicroscopyU web site.
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