Robert Buelteman photographs the plant life while sending electricity through them.
The result shows roses, petunias, and even cannabis in astonishing detail.
It has taken the award-winning 55-year-old 10 years to produce just 80 photos.
Working in complete darkness, he begins by placing his chosen plant onto a metal board which he then passes the electrical surge through. He can even pinpoint areas where he wants to focus the charge using a wand and a simple car battery.
As his subject lights up with the current, and emits radiation invisible to the naked eye, intuitive Buelteman captured the moments by passing a fibre optic cable back-and-forth over the plant.
The cable emits a beam of white light that is just the size of a human hair and whatever the miniscule torch-beam touches, transfers the image onto film.