It’s the peak of summer, and grocery stores and farmers markets are full of gorgeous produce. But, as it turns out, fruits and vegetables can also be beautiful in black and white.
The Inside Insides blog is devoted to MRI images of food. According to a Salon story, the blog got its start after Andy Ellison, who works at a research lab, scanned an orange one day when he needed to adjust his MRI machine’s settings. Surprised and pleased by the scan, he began scanning other produce and combining the scans of each fruit and vegetable into animations.
You might even gain a new appreciation for watermelon seeds.