20 eye-opening microscopic images from the Olympus BioScapes Competition

20 eye-opening microscopic images from the Olympus BioScapes Competition

a series of confocal microscope images shows the regular, crystal-like architecture of the eye of a common blue damselfly (Enallagma cyathigerum), an active visual predator and a swift flyer.

dragonfly eyeball | Lord Z's Custom Dragonfly Eye by *LadyPirotessa on deviantART

dragonfly eyeball | Lord Z's Custom Dragonfly Eye by *LadyPirotessa on deviantART

IPhotographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies.

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IPhotographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies.

Don't know what this is. Probably some sort of accessories box.  But it is beautiful!  Maybe a glasses box or trinket box

Don't know what this is. Probably some sort of accessories box. But it is beautiful! Maybe a glasses box or trinket box

pesky flies? A tried & true method w/o the pesticides. I'd vouch for it!

pesky flies? A tried & true method w/o the pesticides. I'd vouch for it!

"Dragonfly Wheel" Triple Flyer, Hand carved Walnut Ultra High Speed (33:1) by Golding.       A spinner's love for dragonflies was the inspiration for the creation of this wheel. Carnelian gem stones were used for the dragonfly eyes.    $8,500

"Dragonfly Wheel" Triple Flyer, Hand carved Walnut Ultra High Speed (33:1) by Golding. A spinner's love for dragonflies was the inspiration for the creation of this wheel. Carnelian gem stones were used for the dragonfly eyes. $8,500

Hanging Head Dragonfly Shade on Mosaic and Turtleback Base, Tiffany Studios, attributed to Clara Pierce Wolcott, dragonfly eyes

Hanging Head Dragonfly Shade on Mosaic and Turtleback Base, Tiffany Studios, attributed to Clara Pierce Wolcott, dragonfly eyes

Ayako Hattori living in Nagoya City, Japan.-2011  This is "Tonbodama," a Japanese style lampwork floral focal bead. "Tonbodama" loosely  translates to "dragonfly eyes" in English.

Ayako Hattori living in Nagoya City, Japan.-2011 This is "Tonbodama," a Japanese style lampwork floral focal bead. "Tonbodama" loosely translates to "dragonfly eyes" in English.

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