What does it look like when something as delicate as a flower explodes into a million pieces? Photographer Martin Klimas is behind this fascinating series called Rapid Bloom where he drops flowers into liquid nitrogen and then shoots them with an air gun from behind. Klimas wanted to show the flower, in its entirety, in one single shot, a flower in full bloom turned into a fascinating piece of abstract art.

Chaotic Beauty of Flower Explosions by Martin Klimas

In his photo series “Rapid Bloom,” Photographer Martin Klimas captures high speed flower explosions.

Martin Kimas soaked flowers in liquid nitrogen, then shot them from behind with air gun, and took the photo. via Ed Jonghigh speed flowers

In his photo series “Rapid Bloom,” Photographer Martin Klimas captures high speed flower explosions.

◦ Flower Explosion ◦  artist: Unknown

Operation Buster-Jangle - Charlie Event The Charlie test explosion resulted from a 14 kiloton device dropped from a bomber on October 1951 at Yucca Flat the Nevada Test Site. (Operation Buster-Jangle) US Department of Energy

High speed photographs of exploding flowers dipped in liquid nitrogen by Martin Klimas.   See many more at the link:  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/09/high-speed-flower-explosions-by-martin-klimas/

"Rapid Bloom," German photographer Martin Klimas captured these spectacular high-speed photographs of shattering flowers that had been dipped in liquid nitrogen and dried with an air gun.

Nick Knight: Paint Explosions, Purple on Blue, Autumn/ Winter 2005

Nick Knight's Explosions photo series

Colorful Paint Explosions Frozen in Time :: Eruptions of color burst towards the viewer in these vibrant photographs, entitled Explosions, by Nick Knight.


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