This picture was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope’s powerful deep-field telescope instrument. It shows a patch of sky about one millimeter square.
With the exception of the bright white object with diffraction lines radiating from it to the lower left of center (which is a star here in our own Milky Way galaxy), every single thing you see here is a galaxy. An entire galaxy, each with tens of millions or billions of stars.
This is not a remarkable section of sky. It looks like this no matter where you point the Deep Field Telescope.
Every one of the things in this picture. Every dot, every fleck of light. An entire galaxy.
So much for the notion that there is no wonder in science.