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I used my digital microscope on those ceramic bowls I made… part 2…

This is how you put the multi in multimedia. You take a ceramics class with your daughter… You make a couple of bowls, wait for it to get kiln-baked… You go back and slap a bunch of glazes on it … Continue reading

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I used my digital microscope on those ceramic bowls I made… part 1…

Hard to believe that these are really these… It is a whole other dimension… or universe… when you get small. Okay, I have more, so see you later.

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Snake eyes…

Before I go any further, I have to apologize. I killed a rattlesnake yesterday. It had my daughter and her friend trapped in a car. They couldn’t get out, or move without running it over. I would have moved it … Continue reading

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Making the big money… part 1…

Just playing with my digital microscope. I am almost done with the paper money, including ones from my travels. This post focuses… HA!… on an American two-dollar bill, and a British pound note. I am starting the post with the … Continue reading

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Show me the money!!! More micro-photography fun…

I figured, as long as I had my digital microscope out, I would do some more pictures of money. That looks like a blanket made out of popcorn kernels… but it isn’t. Melanoma moles??? No! These photos, not including the … Continue reading

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To bee or not to bee: more micro-photography fun…

That little spike at the left, dear readers, is a bee stinger. I decided to play with my digital microscope. I might be able to get some wet web images with it when my younger daughter comes home later today … Continue reading

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We interrupt our regularly scheduled photos of snowy mountains and flower fields to bring you really close-up pictures of a dead bug… you’re welcome…

Hey, I know, but I was vacuuming the floor the other day, a regular occurrence with two dogs and a cat, and right before I sucked it up, I spotted this dead mosquito hawk. (no, I don’t know why they … Continue reading

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