Electri-flowers by Robert Buelteman
Nothing worth doing was ever easy, and Robert’s complex method of capturing these images has been honed over a 10 year span, with an average of 60 hours per week to produce just 80 images. Starting by placing a plant on a metal board, Rob then passes an electrical current through it, getting its juice from a simple car battery. He then takes a fiber optic cable and runs it over the surface, capturing the invisible radiation emitted from the electrical charge, and burning the sliver of light onto film. And I’m pretty sure this is how super-powered mutated plants that one day enslave the human race are created. So thanks for that, Rob.