Alcohol in its Microscopic Splendor

Who knew that alco­hol could take on such beau­ty? What looks like abstract art above is actu­al­ly your every­day Cos­mopoli­tan. And, with­in this larg­er col­lec­tion, you will dis­cov­er the micro­scop­ic beau­ty of The Bloody Mary, Dry Mar­ti­ni, Pina Cola­da, Sake, Tequi­la, Vod­ka Ton­ic, Whiskey, and White Russ­ian. For more micro pho­tog­ra­phy, check out the win­ner of the 2010 Nikon Inter­na­tion­al Small World Pho­tomi­crog­ra­phy Com­pe­ti­tion, and our post ear­li­er this week, The First Snowflake Pho­tos (1885).

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