It doesn’t take much to notice the beautiful complexity in the nature that surrounds us, less so when it comes to flowers, but photographer Hugh Turvey decided to capture that beauty in a manner that is a little…unique. He took x-rays of them.

Yes, x-rays again. Not sure since when x-ray photography becomes a trend.

But if you are interested in this type of photography, check our previous poster, Life under X-Ray Photography and Fascinating X-Ray Photography.

Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey

Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Hugh, 39, has been fascinated since childhood with getting underneath the surface of things. He said: “I’m driven by my curiosity. It’s about discovering the world around us. As a kid I would take things apart to see what was inside and how they worked. I have an insane curiosity for how things work. X-ray gives me a way to get that insight and turn it into art”.

Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
Amazing X-rays Flower Photography From Hugh Turvey
You can find more of his x-ray photos on his website.
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