Cranberry Juice Dropping Into Milk
Cranberry Juice Dropping Into Milk


Signed in pencil, verso

Dye transfer print from the portfolio, “Ten Dye Transfer Photographs,” Palm Press Inc., Littleton, Massachusetts (Edition of 300 + 26 APs)

20 x 16 inches, sheet

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Estelle Jussim, Stopping Time: The Photographs of Harold Edgerton (New York City: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1987), pp. 130-1 for related works from the same series

“The magic of the strobe poises a liquid globule on a spout, very much resembling the circus performance of seals. Incredibly, a drop of cranberry juice rises out of milk. . . The brief close-up exposure, taken at the same speed needed to freeze a bullet, reveals a moment in the rapid transition of colors caused by the intermixing fluids.” Ibid., p. 129

Work by Harold Edgerton (1903-1990)