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High speed photography capture exploding flowers

Photographer Martin Klimas loves shooting photos. He loves it so much that he takes shooting quite literally. He dips his subjects of choice in liquid nitrogen and then subjects them to a blast from an air cannon.

His high speed camera take photos of the flowers just right after the moment the subject shatters. He’s done this process to figurines, vases, and his most recent work, flowers. So if you’ve ever wondered what a liquid nitrogen soaked flower looks like just right after it shatters, you’re welcome.

Via Wired

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