Ever wondered how Scotch or Vodka look like under the microscope? Or how does a human foetus look like?
We've got 15 such photos for you. Be prepared to be dazzled.
The idea of taking photos of cocktails under microscope came first to a research scientist Michael Davidson. He later had a tie up with BevShots who now sell his photos as framed paints.
Blommers and Schumm are a famous photography Dutch duo who created a series of 'Invisible Portraits' for the UK magazine Hector. The figures embedded in the surreal stripes are visible only if viewed from a distance or at an angle. Have a look!
This historic photo was taken by Harold Eugene Edgerton. He took this photograph from his Rapatronic camera in 1952 after milliseconds of the blast of Atom bomb. He shot this photo by a 10 feet lens on a 75 foot tower, seven miles away from the blast site.
A sperm meets the ovum in a human body. Photo by Lennart Nilsson.
In the photograph, Red Blood cells, White Blood cells, Platelets (green/yellow) and Fibrin (light brown) can be seen.
Carotene is produced by the organisms living in the same water body where the salt crystals were formed.