These photographs capture the second after a balloon bursts. The water is still seemingly held in the hands; the kind of thing that happens to fast to ever really be seen There’s so much energy in these simple, but hard to capture shots. I just wish my science classes had used images like this to discuss matter and energy.
Edward Horsford is a British designer and photographer. More image on Flickr and there’s a great interview with the photographer here, in which he explains a little bit about how he gets these shots.