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X-Ray Photographer Nick Veasey

Posted on: October 28, 2008

Ever wondered what it is like to peer into the insides of things? Well, you could always check out the x-ray photography works by Nick Veasey who has done x-ray photography of things ranging from a feather to a Boeing 777. He has also compiled a book of his wonderful work aptly titled X-Ray

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3 Responses to "X-Ray Photographer Nick Veasey"

Wow the X-ray photographs of the flowers are almost abstract art worthy.2nd last photo is a picture of pears?Looks like a flower 😀

Yes, never thought X-Rays could produce such beautiful works. I highly recommend his book

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