X-ray portrait of a rose

Albert J. Richards created an entire collection of X-rays, including this one of a flower.

(ORDO NEWS) — The X-ray of the rose flower was taken by Albert J. Richards, a former professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan. Richards was interested not only in dentistry – in 1960, he first received a portrait of a flower in X-rays. For 40 years, he has accumulated more than four thousand such pictures.


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