Monday, July 13, 2009

Soap Bubble Popping: Step-by-Step With High-Speed Photography

"Super-slow-motion pictures show soap bubble bursting in stunning detail"
mail online (July 13, 2009)

"To the human eye the bursting of a bubble is a simple affair. One prod of a finger and - pop! - it's vanished in a split second.

But as these breathtaking pictures show, the process is spectacular - if only we could see it.

These images were taken with a slow-motion camera to show every stage of the soap bubble's disappearance....

That thumbnail shows the bubble, about halfway through the process of becoming a cloud of droplets.

Words like "spectacular" get tossed around rather freely: but this is an impressive set of photos.

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