As the vessels perfusing petals start to dry up, there's this incredible folding and curling that happens. The petals take on a new delicacy and brittleness.
When snapshots in time are layered upon another, the result is a moment that never existed.
These images capture the morphology of Pisum sativum and mutant Arabidopsis plants. The Arabidopsis images were captured with a confocal microscope, while the Pisum sativum images were taken with a scanner and traditional microscope camera.
Boundaries between horizons, clouds, oceans, and vegetation are blurred when layered upon one other. The result is fabricated landscapes.
Renilla reniformis, also known as the sea pansy, is a soft sea sponge with a skeleton of silicon. These images were captured with scanning electron and live-video microscopes.