Can it be possible to find visual aesthetics, and organic living - like existence, even in such horrifying substance as atomic bomb? Developed by Dr. Harold Edgerton in the 1940s, the Rapatronic photographic technique allowed very early times in a nuclear explosion's fireball growth to be recorded on film.
In mid-20th Century, the US was testing nuclear weapons. A man named Harold Edgerton developed a camera that could snap a picture a billionth of a second after the moment of detonation. These haunting and beautiful images are just some of the photos he captured.