Been away for awhile... involuntary.... two computer melt-downs and a dead camera shutter
Here is a shot that is photographically not all that great, but is interesting subject-matter wise. This is the shed cuticle of a tardigrade (water bear). As they grow they periodically moult. Adults continue to moult about once a week, and it is common that adults will lay eggs inside the old cuticle at that time. They'll hatch in about 5 days.
Images made through a microscope. All subject types.