Someone somewhere has managed to find some time on an MRI machine to scan fruits and vegetables. (No details on who, why, etc. on the blog itself, at least not that I can find.) The scans bring out the strange, alien beauty of the interior structure of these common objects. My personal favourite is the artichoke, but here’s a watermelon:

(NOTE: the page has a number of large images, so it may take a while to load. The wait is worth it, though.)

Inside insides

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