Today is the Vernal Equinox, the beginning of spring.
A fun fact about spring: In the pagan days of Germany, the “Spring Month” was named after the goddess Ēostre (or Ostara). She is the namesake of the festival of Easter.
Hello spring, time to crack open a window and keep on writing.
Someone PLEASE let New England know that our calendar says it’s Spring?
Scrubbed white with pops of colorful flora.
This is a set of scans of some fruits and vegetables in a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
- Starfruit or Carambola.
- Kiwi (axial slice).
- Kiwi (sagital slice).
- Tomato (axial slice).
- Tomato (sagital slice).
Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a medical imaging technique to acquire images from the human body —vegetables and fruits also =) —, and it is completely harmless (no radiation). If well applied, you can virtually scan any part of the human body.
Those scans were made, when I was in college, being able to play around with an MRI. Yeah MRIs are fun =)
Something tells me one Ms. Georgia O’Keeffe would appreciate these.
Lighting by Jessie Duvall