The lost botanical heritage of Cambridgeshire: species that were last recorded in the county in the 18th and 19th centuries.
In rows from top:
Musk Orchid & Wood Horsetail.
Cowbane & Spoonleaf Sundew.
Matted Sea-lavender & White Beak-sedge.
Marsh Cinquefoil & Field Cow-wheat.
Intimate X-Ray Couple Portraits
What would normally be intimate portrayals of couples holding each other close has been transformed into stark, almost eerie portraits by Japanese students and artists Ayako Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi. However there is an unspoken passion revealed in these x-ray portraits of couples that transcends any form of traditional imagery. The result is a series of ghostly white skeletons tangled in loving embraces.
Using an actual CT scan and x-ray machine, they photographed four couples revealing something more than what we would see in a doctor’s office. “X-ray images usually show the finite nature of our bodies composed only of matter,” say the duo. “But these couples portraits reveal a pulse that isn’t normally seen.”
Caption Competition Results are in….
Thanks to everyone who sent in their captions. I picked a few of the ones that made me chuckle and made them into cartoons. Keep them coming or if you have a histology related photo to be captionized (?!) then send it in!
It is official. You guys are awesome.
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