Biochemist and photographer Linden Gladhill by macro photographs of butterfly and moth wings represent a fascinating world that is unseen to our naked eyes. These vivid scales like perfectly organized flower petals elaborately cover the insects’ wings , which can help them glide in the air and regulate temperature. Linden Gledhill is completely enchanted by macro photography and obsessed by the beauty of nature and science, “My career in science has magnified this feeling of awe. For me, photography I a way to capture this physical beauty and to pass this feeling on to others,” he said.
Macro photographs of the wings of butterflies and moths
Macro photography shows the beauty of oil and water
Interesting frogs perhaps we never seen before
Rurally cute photoshoots of children and animals playing scenes taken by Russian photographer
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Cute harvest mice curled up in tulips
Beautiful close-up photographs of chemical elements
Fascinating macro photographs of snails' world
Stunning snowflakes photographs
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Macro photography by a children photographer that looks like a painting
Photography project showing the heartwarming bond between little children and their supersized dogs
Stunning moments of an angry lion aggressively jumped towards photographer to attack him
Macro photography - Amazing ants world
Beautiful animal close-ups by Ukrainian photographer Sergey Polyushko
Cute snapshots of yawning animals
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The beauty of various wild animals that are rescued from black market
Small world around us - Beautiful miniature world of frogs in macro photography
Expressive portraits of dogs presenting their playful personalities
A squirrel with an umbrella seems to take shelter from rain in South West London