Some of the most amazing microscopic images can be found on the internet. Since the internet can be a bit overwhelming, I'll list a few good ones right here!
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Take a look at CalTech's snow crystal website:
Amazing microphotos; snowflake physics and how they form; a history of snowflake science, and more. Don't miss the photo collection.
Microbes and Pond Water Critters
I like Florida State University's site. It has micromovies of all these little critters! (It uses RealPlayer to view the movies. If you don't have Real Player, you can download it, free, from their website.)
This will give you a long list of microcritters, each with a few movies you can watch. Since there are so many, let me guide you to some of my favorites:
Find all these and many more through http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/moviegallery/pondscum.html
One more interesting microbe is the DIDINIUM, wolf of the microbe world. It hunts paramecia!
See photos of a successful kill and meal, and an accompanying article, at: