Pop art: High-speed photography captures the incredible moments when water balloons explode

Caught on camera at an incredible 1/40,000ths of a second these photos show the spectacular moment water balloons pop - at speeds normally too quick to see.
Edward Horsford spends hours in his back garden in London at night and snaps the intricate patterns created by the ever-different reactions with split-second timing.
One image shows the almost perfect orb of dyed yellow water just a fraction of a second after the balloon that enveloped it has disappeared - leaving water spraying in spouts as it sits on his hand... Read More

A ball of light dissolves into thousands of separate droplets as the exploding balloon is captured using split-second timing

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