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DKO

Extreme Close-Ups of the Human Eye

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'An Armenian physics teacher Suren Manvelyan used his friends, colleagues and pupils as models to make these amazing ocular portraits. He never thought he would seeanything like that – when viewed really close up our eyeslook like some dramatic surfaces of far and unknown planets.'

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http://www.boredpand...-the-human-eye/

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Really good, enjoyed them.

Thanks for posting.

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That's really wild looking.

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Eyes look like they got mold.

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Wow, just wow....but a bit ugly too.

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You should see a diseased eye up close....or an eye with a multi focal lens implant in it or a shunt, that is really neat! The eyes are actually a real interesting body part and can detect a lot of illnesses long before there is any signs or symptoms.

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Thanks for posting DKO, great images. :)

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:unsure2: If the eye is the window to the soul.....EEEEEEEKK !!! :cry:

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I thought others would like these images. Some look pretty cool while others look a bit gross haha.

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Cool and gross.

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