This series of photomicrographs, called Landscapes Unseen, presents images too small to see with the unaided eye. To produce these images, ordinary household substances that you might find in your medicine cabinet, kitchen, or garden shed are dissolved in water and smeared on a microscope slide.
Landscapes Unseen encompasses several collections, three of which are finished and ready to show to you—Zen Garden, Mountains & Deserts, and Belua Mirabilis. We hope you enjoy these scenes from the microscopic world. Continue reading Landscapes Unseen