I’m pretty excited about these pictures. These are few:- Have fun!
Antenna of a mosquito (magnification 1,000 times).
A crystal of ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, reveals fascinating structures under a microscope.
I thought it was a feather or bird's eye. This is a single crystal of Vitamin C
Photo from: https://www.nikonsmallworld.com/galleries/1997-photomicrography-competition
Hair strands under a microscope
A finger print under a microscope
1600X: 1600X Monocular Biological HD Microscope
2000X: 2000X Biological Monocular Microscope
1000X:1000X Student Lab Microscopes
For a compound microscope - samples of pond water, algae, thin sections of leaves and stems, samples of things such as paper or fibres if they are translucent.
Bit of skin, cheek cells from inside your mouth. For a binocular microscope with light above sample - soil, sand, a solution such as saturated salt watch crystals grow, insects, fibres, surface of leaves and stems
... the list is endless.