Lunatiques images de fleurs lumineuses (galerie)

Photographer Craig Burrows found a new, enchanting way to display the age-old, commonplace cliché of flowers. Using a process called Ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence, Burrows’ photos unlock an otherworldly UV and infrared spectrum to the human eye. We don’t normally see these flowers glowing in the dark of night, but that doesn’t mean the fluorescence doesn’t exist. All that was needed was a caring artist and some scientific progress to reveal these silent earthly stars to the people of the dirt. I’d like to think it is a similar process for quiet girls (and guys…) Click the link below to see the gallery on Étrange et Insolite, the blog of strange things authored by Jack35.

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captureCraig Burrows est un photographe ingénieux. Il a imaginé faire apparaître la fluorescence des plantes et fleurs. Il pratique une technique photographique peu connue appelée UVIVF (ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence).

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