"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."

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Giant X-Rays Reveal the Bare Bones of Planes, Cars, and M16 Machine Guns

The best photographs work on multiple levels, capturing what’s happening on the surface while transcending two-dimensions to invite viewers to dig into whatever’s pictured.

That’s literally the idea behind Nick Veasey’s x-ray photographs. He uses five x-ray machines to take probing photos that provide an intimate, even eerie look into everything from robots to firearms.

“Sometimes I think about [the process] as a metaphor for life,” he says. “You are often attracted to people by their physical appearance, but you fall in love with them because of who they are. It’s what’s on the inside that counts. Same thing here.”

The English photographer makes most of his photos in an 800-square-foot studio with concrete walls 30 inches thick. The lead door weighs 1,250 kilos, or more than 2,700 pounds. The heavy fortification is necessary because Veasey is constantly bombarding his subjects with radiation. He says the machines he has emit a type of radiation that doesn’t contaminate the object after it’s been x-rayed.

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