These Miniature Pollen Grains by Martin Oeggerli are Nearly Invisible
The colors in these images are truly impressive, making me think they were photoshopped and digitized to seem more surreal. Martin Oeggerli has definitely captured something unique.
Implications - With the amazing developments of technology in the contemporary age, even the smallest crevices are now accessible. As these developments continue, consumers will expect access to never-before-seen aspects of the world and life in general. Companies would be wise to consider how they can fulfill this need with the products they provide.Stats for Microtography Trending: Older & Mild
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