By advanced microscopes and high-speed equipment, Linden Gledhill, an artist and trained biochemist, captured beautiful macro photos of butterfly wings. These delicate and petal-like structures covering butterfly wings make up ever-changing patterns and vivid colors.
Detailed butterfly wings under microscopes
Scientific experiment in art form
Photo collection of optical illusion
Glamorous wigs made of water
Architectural photographer spent 2 years to shoot incredible pictures of planes at 18 airports aroun...
Top 10 Of The 2016 National Geographic Traveler Photographs Competition
San Francisco based photographer has been shooting fog waves for 8 years
Elegant visual art of a dancer's movements with bursts of white powder
Surreal cityscapes images
Photographer used $40 miniature toy car instead to photograph Audi's $160,000 sports car
Macro photography by a children photographer that looks like a painting
The amazing phenomenon of "Tree Of Life"
Fascinating frog world shot by Indonesian photographer Tanto Yensen
List of those amazing photos behind the scenes
Stunning ice crystals pictures of tossing hot water at -40°C
Porcelain figurines in the midst of shattering captured by high-speed photography technology -
Wonderful underwater photos captured by a software architect
Finalists of 2016 Nikon Photomicrography Competition
Stunning close-up photo shoot of spiders by Nicky Bay in Singapore
Traveling the Netherlands photographing the wonderland
Funny photos of transparent screen trick