Microcosm/Macrocosm

The microscope gazes  inwards to an inner space and reveals the usually invisible tracks of the microorganisms who’s activity underpins all earthly biology (see images below)

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 77.38 second exposure.

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 77.38 second exposure.

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 81.30 second exposure.

81.30 second exposure, 400x magnification

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 61.56 second exposure.

61.56 second exposure, 400x magnification

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 45.76 second exposure.

45.76 second exposure, 100x magnification

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 29.73 second exposure.

29.73 second exposure, 100x magnification

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 92.07 second exposure.Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 127.90 second exposure.

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 56.52 second exposure.

56.52 second exposure.

 

The telescope on the other hand  questions space and reveals the more linear  and constrained movements of stars, meteors and other celestial bodies (images below).

Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 314.06 second exposure.Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 430.80 second exposure.Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 560.75 second exposure.Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 508.27 second exposure.Taken with NightCap Pro. Light Trails mode, 1296.92 second exposure.

 

 

 

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