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inner beauty of flowers

With their soft, boneless bodies, flowers may not seem like candidates for X-rays, but a doctor in the 1930s applied his knowledge of radiology to them, creating sublimely minimalist images of their inner beauty.

Although radiographs created for non-medical purposes are common

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