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Another website full of doctored pictures now, but these pictures are some of the most beautifully eerie images I've come across on the web. Microangela is a gallery of photographs taken using an Electron Microscope, and then touched up with style by the creator of the website. For more information on how the pictures are created check out the section at the bottom under Methods. As you scroll down you'll see the pictures are categorised into genres. Clicking a thumbnail reveals a larger picture, and I thought a really nice touch was the additional information alongside it. All the pictures are watermarked for copyright purposes, but according to the information under Image Use, permission and unmarked high-resolution images can be made available on request for educational or non-profit projects. How thoughtful. Once again, I felt the presentation of the website could use a little more thought - but the fact that I have Microangela's image of an ant now sitting on my desktop should be testament to how much I admire the work.


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