Inna Grigorshchuk
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À la main dessiné esquissée botanique fleur Logo - Logo photographie et conception filigrane - photographie ou le Logo de la Boutique - entreprise Branding

À la main dessiné esquissée botanique fleur Logo - Logo photographie et conception filigrane - photographie ou le Logo de la Boutique - entreprise Branding

Monochrome black and white curly japanese chrysanthemum flowers with blossoms and leaves. Isolated on white background, vector graphic drawing. Cool for design, tattoos.

Monochrome black and white curly japanese chrysanthemum flowers with blossoms and leaves. Isolated on white background, vector graphic drawing. Cool for design, tattoos.

i like the idea of having just a little brown/orange in with an all black and white

i like the idea of having just a little brown/orange in with an all black and white

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palm leaf drawing - Google Search More

Eucalyptus by Steven N. Meyers (also available framed from Kohl's)

Eucalyptus by Steven N. Meyers (also available framed from Kohl's)

Dogwood Blossoms  by Steven N. Meyers  x-ray photography

Dogwood Blossoms by Steven N. Meyers x-ray photography

Photo : X-ray of two branches with leaves

Photo : X-ray of two branches with leaves

Fern x-ray by Albert Koetsier

Fern x-ray by Albert Koetsier

X-rays have been around for nearly 200 years, surely someone must have used it for artistic purposes. Turns out that Dr. Dain L. Tasker was that person. The 20th century radiologist was fascinated by the varying anatomic features of blooms. So much that he used an X-ray machine to capture the insides of the soft layerings of petals and leaves. The result is a series of visually impeccable photographs that speak for the natural beauty and intricacy of flowers. Taskers described flowers as…

X-rays have been around for nearly 200 years, surely someone must have used it for artistic purposes. Turns out that Dr. Dain L. Tasker was that person. The 20th century radiologist was fascinated by the varying anatomic features of blooms. So much that he used an X-ray machine to capture the insides of the soft layerings of petals and leaves. The result is a series of visually impeccable photographs that speak for the natural beauty and intricacy of flowers. Taskers described flowers as…

Ginkgo L140 Color

Ginkgo L140 Color