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Guess The Object In Magnified Photo Series

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The surface of the Moon? No, an ant's finger print? What do you mean it's a tea bag?! 

That's probably how you're going to react upon inspecting these stunning extreme close-up photographs from Pyanek. That, and with a lot of confused frowning.

Titled Amazing Worlds Within Our World, Pyanek reversed the kit lens on a Canon T3i camera to take magnified, bewildering shots of everyday objects, resulting in a fascinating game of "guess the shot". 

Prepare to gain some new respect for seemingly insignificant stuff. 

If you fancy grabbing one of the images for the ultimate HD background, Pyanek has made each image available for download here. In turn, you can support this great project here

(Images: Pyanek)

[Via: io9]

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