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Gary Greenberg’s microscope photography of sand grains

This short promo video for artist Gary Greenberg‘s microscope photography is a great introduction to exploring the tiny, ancient rocks that we call sand. Check out how diverse their details can be:

sand grains

Related listening: Sand: What’s It Really Made Of? from the Every Little Thing podcast.

Related watching: turn your smartphone into a digital microscope, and then perhaps explore the sand, dirt, leaves, and other microscopic worlds near you.

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