The best macro photos ever taken

Here are some of the best macro photography shots on the web. (image credit: Pashminu (CC 4.0 License))
An astounding macro shot of the humble Ceratina, or carpenter bee, from Vietnam. The level of detail here is amazing. (image credit: Public domain)
Macro shots of snowflakes are some of the most impressive images you can witness. Especially thanks to the uniqueness of every snowflake. (image credit: Alexey Kljatov (CC 4.0 license))
A close-up shot of the bulging eyes of an amphibian staring back at the photographer capture in the creature's pupil.  (image credit: Egor Kamelev (Creative Commons CC0))
A macro photo of a bubble shows off some impressive light and colours captured on the surface. (image credit: Pashminu (CC 4.0 License))
Up close and personal with a jumping spider. Even if you hate spiders, you have to admit this is an impressive shot. (image credit: Public domain)
It's not often that you get to see the inner workings of a watch in this way. (image credit: Guy Sie (CC BY-SA 2.0))
Orchids are intriguing and beautiful when viewed this close. (image credit: CC0 / Public Domain)
This bonkers photo is the face of an adult dragonfly covered in dew. (image credit: Igor Kamelev (Creative Commons CC0))
Macro photography doesn't have to just be about insects or taken with a DSLR camera. This was taken with the iPhone 13 Pro.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Leaves are a fantastic macro photography opportunity. They've got so much detail in them. Like this rose leaf for example. Shot on the iPhone 13 Pro Max.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Really bring those minifig faces to life with a macro shot that will let you get up close as if it's a person.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)