My name is Aleks Reba and I'm a creative director from Germany. On my free time, I used to create different kinds of art (illustrations, photography). I also combined different techniques.

But after taking a lot of flower macros, I decided I wanted to take a deeper look into this world. I thought that using x-rays would be an good idea. Almost all x-ray images of flowers that I found where black&white or slightly coloured. So i wanted to try it on my own.

First problem was finding an x-ray equipment that I could use. After searching and asking a lot of institutions I found a local medical facility which agreed to help me out by operating the technical stuff (because only medical facilities and trained staff are allowed to use this kind of x-ray equipment).

After several times of trial and error, I got some handy results. The raw images were created by using digital mammography.

With this technology, it was possible to see through all parts of flowers and plants. With the use of digital post-processing, I turned the black&white into colourful images.

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5 months ago

That´s a Alstroemeria commonly called the Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas.

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5 months ago

This is a golden daisy flower

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5 months ago

As you might guess this is hibiscus.

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5 months ago

Looks like a brain but it is a hortensia

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5 months ago

This sunflower seems to on fire

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5 months ago

Looks like a ghost painted it. It is a Lily

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5 months ago

This one is a flamingo flower

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5 months ago

This one is a Bromelia

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5 months ago

Two callas

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5 months ago

The stem of a gerbera is almost like a straw

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5 months ago

Could be a torch but it is a Gladiola

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5 months ago

A single blossom of a Lily

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5 months ago

Watch out when trying to grab a tweasle their´re quite itchy ^^

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5 months ago

This ia a single closed blossom of a Lily

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5 months ago

This is a Brugmansia or Delivs Trumpet also known as Devil's Apple.

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5 months ago

Seem like a bird but that´s a Strelizia

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4 months ago

Its a carnation

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