Gross Edible Macro Photography

 - Sep 19, 2008
References: naturalnews
Put down that sandwich for this one. Is it a slug? Is it surgical waste? No, thanks to macro photography, it’s a close-up encounter with the innards of some of the processed meats that many of us eat on a weekly, if not daily, basis.

These completely un-retouched macro photographs were all taken using the same high-end photography equipment used to take close-up pictures of insects, and the detail is astonishing.

The journey into the center of your mysterious sausage meats begins with salami and then moves on to pork sausages before rounding up with weiners.

These 1x-4x magnification shots give you a close-up view of the texture, the fat blobs, stringy bits, and unidentifiable dark chunks that lurk within your processed meats.