Tic

Images made through a microscope. All subject types.

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The genital aperture of a tick under UV light. I used a Nikon 20x fluor microscope objective.
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I pulled the stereo image into StereoPhoto Maker and blew it up so I could see all the details.

The translucency showing structures on multiple levels comes through wonderfully.

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Weirdly beautiful and a little frightening.

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Quite an unusual photograph and subject. Beautiful indeed :)

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Amazing! First thought was: "deep space"

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Thanks for the nice comments!
rjlittlefield wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 1:43 pm
I pulled the stereo image into StereoPhoto Maker and blew it up so I could see all the details.

The translucency showing structures on multiple levels comes through wonderfully.

--Rik
Yes - For translucent subjects like this it is realy worth the effort making stereo pictures or a rocking gif.

Best regards
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Beautifully done, not something I’ve seen in close-up 3D before.

Dave

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