I popped a cactus plant leaf (from a Jade plant) into my microscope and started watching the mayhem. Plant cells sure are busy little suckers. I would hate to work in the shipping and receiving department in a cell. It's nuts. In just this short little 12 second video I captured tonight, there's a ton of action! Watch closely..
Also observed the epidermal stomata and guard cells on the Jade plant leaf. Shown below, the stomata (opening) surrounded by two guard cells (coordinate the size of the stomata's opening). The Stomata come in pairs. One will regulate and equalize water and another to regulate Co2 of the cell.
Zooming into the stomata, I observed these cellular movements.
Ordinary Yard Grass
From there, I moved on to some ordinary yard grass. The images are successively magnified, followed by a video of cellular movement within the yard grass cells.
Tiny Leaf Hairs
Finally a half-way decent image of a chloroplast. You can even make out a notion of the granum inside it. This is from a fern cell.