German photographer Martin Klimas, creates breathtaking photos of flowers exploding into a million beautiful pieces. To achieve this effect, he soaks the petals in liquid nitrogen to make them brittle and hits the flower with an air gun.
This artwork was created by using the end of a drill is the work of Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner who captures the flight of paint in just one 40,000th of a second. His latest Black Hole series celebrates the physics of centripetal force and the effects it has on simple paint and a an ordinary drill with a metal rod connected on the end.
The incredible result of Fabians work comes out looking like a picture taken on the Hubble Telescope of some cosmic event.
(Photos by Fabian Oefner/Caters News)