Through the lens of a microscope or the shaft of a telescope exists a universe of life and beauty that is unknown to many. Hidden from sight because of the restricted ability of the human eye, atoms, ice crystals, grains of pollen, snowflakes, butterfly wings, cloud formations, searing comets, and showers of stars are born, live and die. This text charts an awe-inspiring voyage of discovery through this infinite world that is science - from the smallest particles on the Earth's surface to tiny dots in galaxies that are light years away. Featuring the extensive range of matter contained in the cosmos, the book navigates a trajectory through an unfamiliar world and celebrates the beauty and boundless mysteries of Planet Earth and the universe. The images are presented in sequence according to scale and distance within distinct chapters. All the images are taken with some form of camera or instrument used to view these fragments of life and nature - microscope, X-ray, satellite, telescope, etc - and nothing can be seen with the naked eye. Presented as art, these beautiful but unfamiliar images are accompanied by extended captions. The captions explain what we are looking at, how small or far away it is, how it was photographed and where it can be found, as well as offering an interesting snippet of scientific information that enables us to associate with it on a human scale.