X-ray image of a rose, below, that was created by Dain Tasker in 1936. Tasker was the chief radiologist at Wilshire Hospital in Los Angeles, California, in the early days of radiology. He used fine-focus X-ray tubes to create ghostly black-and-white prints of flowers on X-ray film. The images were a hit in photography circles in the late 1930s and were published in high-profile art magazines, although his work fell into obscurity and was only rediscovered relatively recently.
when it comes to Ray people focus on the blue rose he wears. Blue roses, since they aren’t made naturally, have very interesting meanings to them:
I am familiar and been obsessed with these since Guard Me Sherlock James Moriarty gives the MC a bouquet of them in the prologue. It’s a different company, but they acknowledged the meaning of the flowers in the game because James would go after what he wanted, no matter how difficult.
Ray does discuss the meaning of flowers in the route. He is also seen with one other. The orange rose.
Orange roses represent:
It isn’t the blue rose that he offers MC, it’s the Orange one.
Ray does need help. So in a way the blue rose can be looked at this is unstable as is, but what he wants with MC is not impossible. It’s the orange rose, the bridge between yellow roses of friendship and red of love/romance.