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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

x-ray art


Dutch X-ray technician and amateur photographer , Albert Koetsier , went beyond the negatives in X-rays of flowers and plants and transformed them into beautiful images of art.










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10 comments:

  1. Veronica, you sure do find some of the most amazing things! I love the x-rays of the shells & the pop up books. And I'm really glad you found the clam chowder of your dreams! Being from the Pacific Northwest, I can't imagine going for more than a month without clam chowder! If you can ever find Jake's clam chowder in a can, buy it!! You can make some of the very best, creamiest clam chowder there is at home. You add whole milk & butter to what's in the can. Jake's is a famous Portland restaurant and their clam chowder is awesome! I do love it at Fisherman's Wharf too and at every restaurant on the Oregon Coast!

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  2. Love the ones of the flowers. Thanks again for sharing.

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  3. OMG! I love the X-ray art! The lilies are my favorite! You out did yourself again! BEAUTIFUL..

    HuGZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    heh heh. I can't wait for tomorrows post!

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  4. Stunning.

    Where DO you find these?

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  5. So exquisite...I love the shells and and leaves!

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  6. That's so unique but beautiful.

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  7. So beautiful! Who would have ever known?

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  8. Absolutely stunning! I just adore the flower ones. I'd put them on my wall!

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