An abstract photograph of a green automobile air filter gives up-close details. Dirt and particles that move through the air and under the hood of the car are trapped in the filter, improving the cleanliness and performance of the automobile engine.
A detailed close-up of a carbide bur is featured on top of a blue, white, and red background. The light from the photographer's camera reflects off of the face of the bur, showing the construction of the bur in greater detail.
Two metal burs sit side-by-side on a grayish-white background. While the burs may appear similar from afar, this close-up shot shows their detailed differences. The light reflects off of each bur, showing their different shapes and patterns.
All cell phones must have a battery and a way of charging that battery. Many cell phones come with cords for charging the phone directly from an electrical outlet or vehicle cigarette lighter. There are also cords for connecting the phone to a computer.
This photo shows the female version of an analog VGA plug, also known as a DB15 plug. Many computer monitors, and some TVs and projectors use this type of plug. Screws or nuts on the plug ensure that the cable does not inadvertently come loose.
A close-up photograph of a hand holding a PDA, which displays its GPS feature. In addition to allowing you to make phone calls, schedule appointments, and send emails, many PDAs now have GPS features that allow you access maps and directions.
A close-up of a zebra, a type of wild animal indigenous to Africa, is pictured. The bold black and white stripes of the zebra are so perfectly placed that they seem done by a paintbrush.
A close-up photograph of a leaf blower shows the machinery removing leaves from a grassy lawn. When the weather turns colder the leaves shed, littering the lawn. A leaf blower blows the leaves to one side or the other, revealing the foliage underneath.
This macro shot of purple tulbaghia violacea, also known as society garlic, was taken at a botanical garden in San Diego, California. Tulbaghia violcea is an attractive ornamental perennial that grows in clusters and smells distinctly of garlic.