Kowloon Walled City cross-section view

Hong Kong Kowloon Walled City cross-section view. Can you recognize the place? Thank you Murdoch

Cross Section of Dennis Severs House by Ben Rea whose first London exhibition A SLICE OF SPITALFIELDS,  opens at the Severs Townhouse in Fournier St this Friday 12th June and runs until 12th July., 2015.

Cross Section of Dennis Severs House by Ben Rea whose first London exhibition A SLICE OF SPITALFIELDS, opens at the Severs Townhouse in Fournier St this Friday June and runs until July.

light micrograph of a cross section through a closed (unravelled) leaf of Marram grass (Ammophila arenaria); magnification = x22 at 35mm size

Celula Eucariótica Vegetal // light micrograph of a cross section through a closed (unravelled) leaf of Marram grass (Ammophila arenaria); magnification = at size

Cross-section of plant roots. Beautiful nature. Microscopic Photography. Science as art.

Longitudinal section of a Pistia root with lateral root primordia. Prepared slide from Triarch, observed through the objective of an Olympus microscope.

These Cross Sections of Spaceships and Vehicles from Star Wars Are Simply Incredible

These Cross Sections of Spaceships and Vehicles from Star Wars Are Simply Incredible

Woodcut: Inked Cross-Sections of Fallen Trees | Brain Pickings (want to make this at home)

Woodcut: A Meditation on Time Through the Inked Cross-Sections of Fallen Trees

Bryan Nash Gill- Woodcut: Inked Cross-Sections of Fallen Trees. This image shows how the artist uses the tree slabs and inks the slab to get the rings and organic outline of the tree slab.

Cross-section of a sugarcane root | Debora Leite || A dicot plant as seen through the lack of vascular bundles, or "Monkey faces".

Cross-section of a sugarcane root - Debora Leite. A dicot plant as seen through the lack of vascular bundles, or "Monkey faces".

Tree cross sections make beautiful prints: http://j.mp/YkRJZh

Covered in Ink, Cross-sections of Trees Make Gorgeous Prints

Red-Acorn - Cross-section tree print by alum Bryan Nash Gill

Banana trunk cross-section by detengase, via Flickr

Banana trunk cross-section by detengase, kind of a funny spiral, but it works if you trace each section twice and spiral out at the next layer.

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