Every tear is Unique

Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers reveals the crazy beauty of tears.  A relatively simple and fun process, first you capture the tear with a micropipet. After you have the tear you dispense it on too a microscopic slide by making several small (2–4 mm) drops. After this step it takes some time to crystallize and settle. After the tear drop(s) are crystallized it’s possible to take images and start comparing, as. Every tear is unique! In monochrome imprinting and satisfactory growth, the result shows us clearly that the tears coming out of our eyes are not essentially the same in any case!

1. Tears intense emotion

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice Mikkers

2. Tears of eye irritation

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice Mikkers3. Tears from cutting onions

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice Mikkers4. Tears eating chili

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice Mikkers5. Tears of strong wind

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice Mikkers6. Tears of joy

The Microscopic Photographs of Tears by Maurice MikkersSource — Medium.com

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