Russian photographer Nick Lariontsev made this cool timelapse using macro lens to show how mould grows from up close. At this zoom level, something that normally disgust us transforms into a beautiful alien universe full of life.
Mould Is Surprisingly Beautiful When You Look At It Up Close
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