Check Out These Photos of Flowers in UV Light | #Ultraviolet #CelebratePhotography
I mean even the dandelion spores look fascinating at this scale and color! (Also, in UV light you can imagine where the movie Avatar got its inspiration for colorful plants!)
Sometimes, the most beautiful things are those you can’t see with the naked eye.
Take flowers, for instance. As beautiful as they are in normal lighting conditions, their true colors come out when you see them under ultraviolet light.
For the past three years, artist Craig Burrows has been shining a light on how flowers look under UV light, a style known as ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence photography.
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