A blink goes by in just 1/10 of a second. What could have happened in this sub-moment that you missed? For this week's Shooting Challenge, show us what occurred in the 100 milliseconds that our eyes were closed.
Take a photo that lasts 1/10th of a second. Big bonus points for playing off the "what happened when I blinked?" topic, so long as it's not just a person blinking.
Set your camera's shutter to 1/10. Lock it down in Shutter Priority mode (you can find this setting as the "S" or "TV" on most dSLRS) or use full manual mode to make this happen
1/10th of a second is an interesting exposure. It's not fast enough to freeze motion, but it will smooth moving entities like flames. I really like this post on shooting 1/10th of a second, just for getting your feet wet with what's possible and probably. Then, check out this primer on shutter speeds for more general technical info.