The photomicrographs shown are the result of the crystallization of chemical substances. These substances were dissolved in water or an organic solvent and dried on a glass slide.
Under the microscope the crystallized substances are magnified 40 or 60 or 100x.

By turning two crossed polarizers, the shapes and colors are formed. From a single solution multiple different photos are made.
The photomicrographs I make with a Canon 7D camera or a Moticam camera on a Leitz Orthoplan trinocluar microscope. The photos are imported in Lightroom and are adjusted by Zerene Stacker.