15 Responses to “HEE-NC-54001”

  1. CHIP says:

    IT LOOKS LIKE A MONSTER WITH FOUR HEADS AND THIRTEEN LEGS.

  2. abby says:

    at first, ji thought is was something that wasn’t a person. but it is, thats so awesome. how did a camera do that???

  3. Raina says:

    She is pretty

  4. Adam says:

    looks like a personkicing a footboll

  5. Sara says:

    someone took a video of a person doing a backwards flip off of a diving board, then they put the still pictures together the way they would fit in real life, almost like a puzzle.

  6. Allison says:

    I think this picture is beautiful. I love the way he captured him! :)

  7. Rose says:

    I lahhve it !!!!

  8. bob says:

    what his he doing where is the line structure

  9. Sarah says:

    How does it work? Are that 15 photos in one picture?

  10. ne says:

    is strangw

  11. Olivia says:

    If one person did a back dive and one other person did a front dive, would the feet go up in the air? love olivia

  12. James says:

    the image was taken by Harold Edgerton. he photographed high speed movments like the first bullet shots through the apple etc..

  13. James says:

    just realised this is the Harold Edgerton website and so you all know that haha.

  14. Claire Calcagno says:

    “Stopping Time” (1987) p.6

  15. Jai says:

    This is simply awesome

  16. [...] …the magnificent geometry of motion… Stroboscope image, taken in 1954 by “Visionary Engineer”, Harold “Doc” Edgerton: Multiflash reveals the magnificent geometry of motion as a talented diver, Burt West, flips backwards in a procedure that lasted less than half a second…” [...]