Brandon Broll is a journalist specializing in science and medicine who has published stories on subjects as diverse as brain-mapping and crash-test dummies. His work has appeared in international publications, such as Reader's Digest and the Guardian, and he has been the editor or science consultant on many books.
Holy mackerel, these critters, micro-photographer, look worse than any dinosaur; absolutely fascinating; take a look at the mites who inhabit your eyebrows.Published 2 months ago by Stephen Esric Loomes
Phenomenal pictures. A few I have seen online that I could have downloaded, but most of these are pretty amazing and there's even bits of information included with each picture!!Published 9 months ago by levislizzie
A nice picture book. It lacks both how to get such pictures on your own and background information about the various subjects.Published 16 months ago by Ergo
Got this one for my dad, who's now into painting in his 60s. He wanted inspiration from the natural world. Voila!Published 16 months ago by Arthur the Irascible
Got this for my 14 year old grandson. Hard to tell if he was as impressed with it as I was....but he is 14. I thought the photos were fantastic.Published 17 months ago by scooter
Many find microphotography a source of unseen natural beauty in the world around us. This book provides a series of colorized electron micrographs that are artistic.Published on May 9, 2013 by Michael J. Tria
I wish there was a bit more scanning electron microscope images along with some technical details, but overall this is a solid book. Read morePublished on April 21, 2013 by Chris