Arie van't Riet
  • Physicist Arie van't Riet uses a series of duel X-ray cameras to capture flowers, plants and small animals in living dioramas. The x-rays are then finished and colorized in photoshop. Giving way to some breathtaking nature scenes. Here are a select few from the series. "Chameleon and Begonia" is seen here.
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  • Field of Tulips
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  • Fatsia Japonica, Azalea and Rhododendron With Lizard
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  • Python and Protea
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  • Waterlily and Frog
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  • Helianthus Tuberosus and Butterflies
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  • Medinilla Magnifica Plant With Monitor Lizard and Python
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  • Orchids
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  • Bouquet of Tulips
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  • Monkey
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  • Chicken. For information, or to view these and other images in the series, visit the artist's <a href="http://www.x-rays.nl/" target="_blank">website.</a>
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