Infinite Tiny

Infinite Tiny

Little thing, Big thing.

Flower petals. 

Tiny Pink Morning Glory with Stamen and Pollen. Looked like a tiny version of a flower we used to call a “Buttercup” when I was a kid. It’s not the flower that comes up when I search “buttercup,” but it was pink with a yellow stamen in the middle. We used smell them so they would leave the yellow pollen behind on the ends of our noses.

Tiny Pink Morning Glory with Stamen and Pollen.

Looked like a tiny version of a flower we used to call a “Buttercup” when I was a kid. It’s not the flower that comes up when I search “buttercup,” but it was pink with a yellow stamen in the middle. We used smell them so they would leave the yellow pollen behind on the ends of our noses.

Dandelion. 

St. Augustine Grass Seeds. 

Colors and Lines

Back to work on my project, Colors and Lines. 

Tiny Wildflower. 
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I am not sure what this tiny guy is. I’ll have to research this one a bit more. 

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Microscopes have a very shallow/thin/short depth of field. Because of this, I have to take anywhere from 10 to 200 images for every image you see. The series of images then have to be stacked. Stacking combines the images using the areas that are in focus on each image. The first image here is a screen shot from the stacking process.

The second image is a representation of scale. My microscope and camera capture 5mm at a time, so almost all of my micrographs will represent a section no more than 5mm in width.  

 

Tiny Orange Bug. 

Dried wild flowers. 

Work is up at Phoenicia’s MKT Bar in downtown Houston.