The babe laughed a laugh that filled all the hollow spaces in the forest. As I fairy I smiled and helped carry it to the tree. Any abandoned or orphaned creatures we brought to our sanctuary. The head fairy, my mother, was the in charge and each fairy was assigned a creature. I was lucky and got the first human. (credit to @Wizard003)

The babe laughed a laugh that filled all the hollow spaces in the forest. As I fairy I smiled and helped carry it to the tree. Any abandoned or orphaned creatures we brought to our sanctuary. The head fairy, my mother, was the in charge and each fairy was

As frutinhas estão com tudo neste verão, por isso, se não der vontade de comer com os olhos, vai bater vontade de vestir as obras do artista plástico Dennis Wojtkiewicz. O pintor natural de Ohio explora o fotorrealismo em suas telas de flores e frut...

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I really like this photo of the kiwi because it looks different and the colour in it is very strong which makes it stand out loads

Kiwi Fruit from another perspective - Looks like the entrance into another dimension, nature is amazing with or without magnification

Shihya Kowatari is a Japanese photographer who captured the leaves and flowers under the lights of different colors. Her work transferred the macro world into a part of her beautiful life.

Beautiful Photography by Shihya Kowatari

Shihya Kowatari is a Japanese photographer who captured the leaves and flowers under the lights of different colors. Her work transferred the macro world into a part of her beautiful life. ~God is a God of intricate, beautiful, perfect detail

"Microlight" by ^impressionenmeer on deviantart. Click the picture to see more water drop macro photography collected by Designzzz.

Beautiful Water Drops Macro Photography

Macro Photography

Essence Of Blue Poppy Art Print by Sharon M Connolly

Macro shot of oil and water

"Oil and Water Abstract II" by Sharon Johnstone

Close-up: Butterfly Wing (click for larger version)

Butterfly Wing (Cethosia biblis), designated Image of Distinction Nikon Small World Photomicrophotography). Douglas Clark used an incandescent, darkfield technique to capture the image.

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