New York , NY
Black And White Gun Firing Shadowgram
Gary S Settles and Photo Researchers
This shadowgram captures an instant during the firing of a Smith & Wesson 44 Magnum revolver. Blast waves and propellant gases are observed to originate first from the cylinder and later from the muzzle of the gun. Propellant gas envelopes the hand of the shooter, leaving gunpowder residue. The bullet itself travels at transonic speed, i.e. close to the speed of sound. This is a colorized version of a monochrome original image.
June 11th, 2012
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