Nature is fascinating and being able to study it from different perspectives is a rare opportunity. Fortunately for us, we get to see the fascinating results of those quests that are no less valuable than the journey itself.

In this article, we want to showcase the fascinating photographs taken by the Dutch physicist Arie van ‘t Riet. A man who took him on his journey to become an artist. Ari was specializing in low-energy X-rays in hospitals when he hit on a fascinating art form. The artist x-rayed flowers, insects, lizards, turtles, cats, and other animals, creating beautiful works of art he called “dioramas”.

Ari wanted to point out that his floral-animal x-ray photos are not in the hospital, but in his studio, where he has his own licensed x-ray equipment. As a medical physicist, the artist worked in the hospital’s departments of radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiotherapy from 1978 – 2012. X-rayed animals are dead. “In my opinion, exposing living animals to the risk of x-rays for my purpose is not justified. I meet traffic victims. A friend breeds reptiles. If one dies, I can get it. I buy fish. Market and insects – in specialized shops.”

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