Things look different when under the microscope. Take, for instance, this banana. Doesn’t it look like something creepy out of a science fiction film?
Or how about this vinyl disc surface? Kind of reminds you of a line being drawn in the sand, doesn’t it?
Then there’s Velcro. We always knew that it was alive but never suspected it to have this microscopic appeal.
Blood cells in close view kind of resemble the pictures in our high school biology books. No surprises here.
This, however, is a bit of a shocker. Would you believe that this is used dental floss? Well it is.
And this “telephone cord” is actually the filament of a tungsten light bulb.
These are not french fries but rather toothbrush bristles.
This is toilet paper. Yeah, it doesn’t look all that clean and neat.
No, this “beautiful image” is not a plant. It’s actually the foot of a fly.
And this is a sutured wound. One word: gross.
These are your hair’s split ends under the microscope. Still don’t want to get them trimmed?
Spider skin in all of its splendor.
Herein is snow.
Salt and pepper that looks more like marshmallows and nuts.
Salt by itself. Who knew that little grain was so complicated?
You guessed right. This disgusting image is one of lice.
This is the edge of a postage stamp.
Pollen as we have never seen it before.
This is a pineapple leaf.
And pencil graphite.
Orange juice that doesn’t look so orange.
Then there’s the needle and thread. The thread looks a bit shredded.
And this “flower” is a human’s sweat pore.
Believe it or not, these are human eyelashes. Wow!
And these are guitar strings.
Here is the foot of a gecko.
And a fortune cookie.
Your average football jersey.
The annoying flea.
This is dust.
Herein is chocolate.
and these are cake sprinkles.
This is a blood clot. It doesn’t look as dangerous when viewed from this light.
But the used dental floss is certainly an eyebrow raiser. Kind of makes for a good science fair project.