These floral images are in the “Boiling Crash” series. High-speed photography suspends the crash of the liquid nitrogen soaked flower. The tiny sphere dissects the popping, sizzling and smoking flower into unrecognizable abstracts. This collision creates a burst of energy, motion, and color that exists at the moment. Sharon doesn't use a sound trigger to take these photographs. Mrs. Neel-Bagley calculates when to click the shutter based on her assistant's response to her one question. When I say 1..,2..,3... Are you pulling the trigger on the "th" or "ree?"