ZEISS Microscopy, "CellNova - Montage of images of micro and macro scale objects," 2016
To be this little, small as a spore or a grain of pollen, doesn’t take much magic. I can put myself in my pocket, endlessly, recursively until I vanish in the lint. Enlarging is more complicated, requiring a mirror bigger than the 82” in the Otto Struve Telescope, a bellows made from papyrus impregnated with nitrocellulose, and a coulee wide enough to hide in or project upon. You might see me, scaling from µ to M and back again, but you might not believe your eyes.