The Wonderful World Of Macro Peacock Feathers

Photographer Waldo Nell takes super-close-up pictures of peacock feathers. And they look like metal cables or alien eye stocks or the headpieces of Egyptian gods or something. (This particular type of photography is what's known as "photomacrography," and it's amazing. Especially when used on insects, but that particular exercise is not for the faint of heart.)

Peacock feather
Attribution(s): All images and stills are the property of Waldo Nell and are embedded from his Flickr page.