Memory can be aided through beauty because it stimulates and encourages memory. 'Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells' emphasises Patterns, texture, colour and can even evoke pattern inspiration.

Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns. texture, colour and pattern inspiration using textile to create intricate designs. mixing man made with nature

I love the detail in this! This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print.

Cellular cross section of a plant stem cell. What a beautiful mosaic patterm!

Fernan Federici’s microscopic images of plants, bacteria, and crystals are a classic example of finding art in unexpected places.

Spectacular Microscopic Art Is Also World-Changing Science

thelatvian: “ Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. He is a postdoctoral researcher at.

Nature up close. Cell cross-section under a Microscope Project could go into microscopy at end as an abstraction

microscopic plant cells closeup of embroidery Framed embroidery xoxo Nat

colorful microscope images of human cells - Google Search

Vascular plants (including flowering plants and trees) use specialized vessels to transport water and dissolved substances to and from every leaf, flower and root. Microscopy and photography by Eckhard Völcker; definitely worth a visit.

Magnified Grass | AnOther Loves

Valais Blackneck Goat

Magnified Grass, our Almighty Creator Jehovah God is Awe Inspiring

Simple wood. Good for houses, fuel, making shade and keeping fruit off the ground. Great invention made from water and CO2 by sunlight for a very long time. Intelligent man still can't make it.

Wood cells of Ilex aquifolium (holly), a tangential section, rays are visible. Part of the Collection of the Botanical Garden of the Micropolitan Museum & Wim van Egmond