X-Ray Imagery Exposes Flowers’ Hidden Skeletons [Pics]

X-Ray Imagery Exposes Flowers’ Hidden Skeletons [Pics]
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British photographer Nick Veasey uses medical technology to uncover minute details in the mundane.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 june 2013

British photographer Nick Veasey uses an x-ray machine to uncover minute details in everyday objects and captures images of them in a different light. His series “Plant Life” focuses on various types of flowers and reminds the viewer of x-ray technology’s uses beyond its typical functions of displaying human bones.

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