I love that my office is dog friendly, Tucker comes to hang out in accounting sometimes! #whatacutie #rottweiler 🐶
Some people believe in God, I believe in Moz! Just got my tickets to see this amazing man May 10th in LA!!! 🙌😻🙏
Today my makeup turned out nice and my shirts super cute, hence the selfie! 💋 Now someone get me a box of chocolates! 😁
These are absolutely gorgeous! How creative!
Arie van ‘t Riet’s intriguing art was inspired through his work in the medical field. After a friend of his asked him to X-ray a painting — something much thinner than the human body X-rays van ‘t Riet was familiar with — he was inspired to move on to an even thinner object: flowers. Now, his photographs portray insects and even large animals. Rather than exposing living critters to the radiation, van ‘t Riet uses animals that have already died from one cause or another.
But somehow, the final compositions are vibrant with life.
The X-ray images don’t start out like the bright and colorful final products. He takes a regular X-ray image, sometimes using X-rays of different frequencies, inverts it and adds new hues.
"I add color to my images to bring back some of the surface," van ‘t Riet said in a TEDx talk he gave in Groningen in the Netherlands. He says that he tries to combine the external surface with the inner world exposed by X-rays.
To the Batcave! Another Sunday, another hike. This is the cave used in the 1960 Batman tv series. #batcave #sundayhike (at Entrance To The BatCave)