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Microscapes.  These alien-looking landscapes are created under the microscope, using multiple exposure photography techniques.  That top image, the one that looks like the moon over a cliff, is really:

A multiple (3) exposure of recrystallized sulfur, the microscope field diaphragm defocused with a yellow filter (the moon), and a stretched polyethylene baggy (the sky).

Go figure.

(via Explore Blog)