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BREATH TAKING!!! She had been falling, falling too fast and too far. Her eyes were dimming. But then she came to a stop. She could hear the water, but didn't feel it. Her eyelids began to close, landing on a brief image of her savior before she was gone.

Dr Harold Eugene Edgerton revolutionised photography in the 1930's with his use of strobe lights, which essentially allowed split-second motion to be captured. Via fansinaflashbulb tumblr.

Dr Harold Eugene Edgerton revolutionised photography in the 1930's with his use of strobe lights, which essentially allowed split-second motion to be captured. Via fansinaflashbulb tumblr.

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