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This might just look like a microscope image of some strange, small life-form. But actually its a view of a massive 281-gigapixel image of a zebrafish embryo, which can be zoomed in on to show sub-cellular levels of detail.

The image is the product of a new technique called virtual nanoscopy, which is described in the Journal of Cell Biology. The process involves stitching together nanometer resolution photographs of what’s placed under the microscope, and the result is an image which can be explored a little like a Google Map.

To give you some sense of scale, the whole embryo, pictured above, measures 1.5 millimeters in length. At the other end of the scale, the dark dots in the image below are cell nuclei. Mind. Blown.

This 281-Gigapixel Image Depicts an Entire Animal at the Cellular Level

Photographer Marcin Sobas captures mesmerizing images of agricultural fields and hills of Tuscany, Italy and the Czech Republic. Sobas approach is unique in that instead of capturing the entirety of the landscape he instead uses a telephoto zoom lens allowing him to take tightly cropped shots that appear both immense in scale but extremely specific in scope.

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

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Dreamlike Photographs of Indonesia by Hengki Koentjoro Indonesia black and white

Dreamlike Photographs of Indonesia by Hengki Koentjoro Indonesia black and white

Dreamlike Photographs of Indonesia by Hengki Koentjoro Indonesia black and white

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We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander photography

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander photography

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander photography

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Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers photography bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers photography bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers photography bubbles

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Photographer Joel James Devlin has spent enormous amounts of time over the past few years examining and perfecting the effects of moving light through long exposure photographs. In the amazing photos below Devlin has experimented with lights on various bodies of water.

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin photography long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin photography long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin photography long exposure light

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The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania photography

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania photography

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania photography

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania photography

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Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh photography insects

Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh photography insects

Magnificent Macro Photos of Insect Eyes by Shikhei Goh photography insects

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Stunning Photographs of the New Zealand and Australian Coast photography New Zealand landscapes Australia

Stunning Photographs of the New Zealand and Australian Coast photography New Zealand landscapes Australia

Stunning Photographs of the New Zealand and Australian Coast photography New Zealand landscapes Australia

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David and Goliath

Cat Vs. Mantis photography insects cats

Fantastic capture by photographer Brooke Pennington. I love how brave the little mantis looks in the face of the pending kitty smack down. There’s a lesson to be learned here, surely. Mantis are insanely surreal creatures and if you wanna see more Mantis action, you can visit old posts, here, here, here and here!

Whatta View!

Photo by: Brad Goldpaint

This stunning image shows what 24 hours worth of photos looks like when combined into one frame.

Stretching from the sunrise to sunset, this 360 degree image was captured by Greek photographer Chris Kotsiopoloulos in Sounio, Greece.

It took him a painstaking 30 hours and hundreds of images to create the amazing time-spanning panorama.

Stunning photo of day and night

Beginning in the east, Mr Kotsiopoloulos snapped the early morning rays hitting the clouds before clocking the suns path across the sky and then into the night.

He was forced to use a hairdryer to keep the lens of his camera from getting too moist as temperatures dropped to about three degrees Celsius.

“I had to stay in the same place alone for 30 hours in total to get everything right, prepare and take the pictures.

“At night it became even more difficult because I had to keep my eyes open and inspect the camera lens for moisture.

His pain may have been eased by his location, overlooking a beautiful rural vista.

Source: NewsAU

Underwater Portraits by Jacob Sutton [Updated] portraits photography

Underwater Portraits by Jacob Sutton [Updated] portraits photography

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Nacho Ormaechea’s digital collages are like looking into someones soul to see who they really are, what they are truly thinking, and where they rather be.

Bug on a Bike

An insanely brilliant capture of a praying Mantis straddling two budding leaves by photographer Tustel Ico.

Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew Soaked Dandelions by Sharon Johnstone plants photography

Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew Soaked Dandelions by Sharon Johnstone plants photography

Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew Soaked Dandelions by Sharon Johnstone plants photography

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Floral X Rays by Brendan Fitzpatrick x rays plants photography flowers

Floral X Rays by Brendan Fitzpatrick x rays plants photography flowers

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