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Image of the Week: X-ray Blushing Bride

This gorgeous radiograph of a Blushing Bride flower (Serruria florida) was made by Singapore-based photographer Brendan Fitzpatrick. Part of a series of similarly beautiful works, the Blushing Bride was created with the use of a digital X-ray system and some creative image editing and color correction. I've seen quite a few flower-themed radiographs over the years, but this is almost certainly one of my favorites. Be sure, also, to check out his "Victorian" treatment of the images.

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