Talented artist and photographer Pyanek photographed a number of ordinary items in extreme close-up to show astonishing detail completely hidden to the naked eye. To create this series, “Amazing Worlds Within Our World,” Pynek used a Canon T3i DSLR with a reversed kit lens and edited with HeliconFocus (focus stacking), Lightroom, and Exposure 5.
These photos by Chris Morgan would make a bird lover proud. The macro shots of these hummingbirds were taken in a 3000-acre private biological reserve in Costa Rica called Bosque De Paz. These photos are just a sample of his work that shows his appreciation of birds.
Indonesian photographer Donald Jusa gives us up close and personal portraits of the life that coexist with us, just out of our notice. The diverse shapes and colors of the insects are perfectly captured and the eyes that dominate a lot of the pictures.
You rarely get the opportunity to get up close and personal with a tiny insect. Indonesian photographer Nordin Seruyan helps us to look past the creepy-crawlies of insects and focus on their delicate beauty. In brilliant color and sharp focus, Seruyan captures the insects in his garden.
Photographer Paulo Lataes takes some pretty portrait pictures. Using macro photography he shows the details and features of various bug heads. You can’t help but look at the way the hairs, eyes and colors blend into alien symmetrical shapes.
These bright and electrifying images of worms will leave you wondering where photographer Alexander Semenov found them. Half of the photos were taken near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the other half were taken in northern Russia at the White Sea Biological Station.
If you thought bubbles were magical before, get ready to be gob smacked. These fantastic photos by Washington-based photographer, Angela Kelly, were snapped when the once-frozen soap bubbles were partially melted by the sun. The result is something so magnificent; you may never be able to look at soap the same way again.
Taken by Armenian physics teacher Suren Manvelyan, he captures ridiculously extreme close-ups of the eyes of a variety of animals. The resulting snaps resemble something from another planet or from the deepest darkest oceans of our own.
It’s been said that the eyes are the portal to your soul, but can they also be a place for your soul to escape? You can ponder these mind-bending questions and more as you enjoy Jimmy Kong’s photographs of some breathtakingly beautiful, and a little bit creepy, Malaysian spiders mesmerize you.