7 amazing close-ups of textures

Our naked eye does not have the capability to zoom into a visual a hundred or thousand times.  Technology now enables us to magnify an object many times over and study its minute construction.  Looking at these amazing close-ups of unique objects, it makes us appreciate the beauty of the small things in nature, the intricate but rhythmic patterns and the array of shades that come together to form a unique texture.  We hope these 7 amazing close-ups of textures will make you appreciate the depth of nature.

Shimmering gold and blue of a peacock feather
Shimmering gold and blue of a peacock feather

 

Closeup of the anchor bubble coral.
Closeup of the anchor bubble coral.

 

The underside of the leaf of a Victoria water lily
The underside of the leaf of a Victoria water lily

 

The spikes of a cactus in close-up
The spikes of a cactus in close-up

 

The surface texture of cockleshells
The surface texture of cockleshells

 

The inner white flesh of the dragon fruit dotted with black seeds.
The inner white flesh of the dragon fruit dotted with black seeds.

 

Intricate layered pattern of mushrooms in the forest.
Intricate layered pattern of mushrooms in the forest.

 

 

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