The human eye is only capable of taking in the sight that our brains process. But sadly, we do not possess the ability to go beyond the capabilities of our current brain. But we have developed technology that can do it for us. Photography and camera technology have been developed to achieve amazing things in their course. And one of those amazing things is the ability to capture moving things at a high speed.

This allows us to slow down the time and see what happens in several points of each second clearly. This type of photos are commonly referred to as high-speed photos. This awesome style was presented in a very interesting way by Edward Horsford. He is a photographer from the United Kingdom. With a very playful and exciting idea in his head, Edward created this cool series of photos where he captures exploding water balloons on camera. These are not any sort of regular photos, but high-speed photos. This crazy style of photography captures how the balloon breaks and the way the water begins to splash. This series is one treat for your eyes. Scroll down to check them out below!

More info & Photo courtesy: Edward HorsfordFlickr

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You can see that the moment the balloon explodes, the water inside it remains in the shape of the balloon for a moment before exploding in all directions. These are really swift moments that we do not see in our naked eyes.

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Being a creative photographer, Edward manages to create different types of photos even in this very brief moment he gets. He uses different perspectives, light sources, and other sorts of applications to create different looks to this very brief process.

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