Invisible Light by George Taylor
Unlike visible light that reflects off the surface of a flower, x-rays penetrate it, creating a shadow map that allows us to see their rich internal beauty. At times a flower can take on a new identity, it becomes a puff of smoke, or an underwater creature swirling with its partners in an underwater ballet.
Dr. Taylor is a pediatrician radiologist and former Radiologist-in-Chief at Boston Children’s Hospital. He has been making photographs since 1993 and has eclectic interests, including landscapes, travel photography, street portraiture, and digital x-ray photography. An exhibit of his digital x-ray photography will be hanging in the adult collection room throughout the month of August.