30 Winning Photographs During Nikon’s Small World Photomicrography Competition

A photograph is one of the most intricate things that can hold an amazing story behind or can masked something and let it appear a different view. With the passion and brilliance in photography matched with a good camera, a photo enthusiast can be like a magician making something very meaningful.

In a recent post in Bored Panda, the winning photographs during Nikon’s Small World Photomicrography Competition were already released. Based on the post, this annual photography contest has gathered 2000 people from 70 countries this year.

Here is the list of 30 of the winning photographs during Nikon’s Photo Competition.

1. Fourth Place. Butterfly Proboscis

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Jochen Schroeder

2. Fifth Place. Front Foot (Tarsus) Of A Male Diving Beetle

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Dr. Igor Siwanowicz

3. Eyes Of A Jumping Spider

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Yousef Al Habshi

4. Nineteenth Place. Human Neural Rosette Primordial Brain Cells

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Dr. Gist F. Croft

5. Eleventh Place. Scales Of A Butterfly Wing Underside

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Francis Sneyers

6. Sixth Place. Air Bubbles Formed From Melted Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Crystals

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Marek Mis

7. Thirteenth Place. Poison Fangs Of A Centipede

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Walter Piorkowski

8. Eighth Place. Wildflower Stamens

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Samuel Silberman

9. Retinal Ganglion Cells In The Whole-Mounted Mouse Retina

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Dr. Keunyoung Kim

10. Ninth Place. Espresso Coffee Crystals

30 Winning Photographs

Photo Credit: Vin Kitayama & Sanae Kitayama

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