Take a pebble. Photographer Jim Kramer captures high speed images of fluid drops using only a little food coloring, soap and a timed flash. “The water always behaves differently. That’s what keeps things interesting,” Kramer said. “Like snowflakes, no two are ever the same.”
More beauties here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ircincyjim
“Just take a pebble and cast it to the sea,
Then watch the ripples that unfold into me,
My face fills so gently into your eyes,
Disturbing the waters of our lives.”
The live version of this song has a humorous impromptu performance in the end:
Emerson Lake and Palmer Take a Pebble-2-6-71-Brussels (Part 1 of 2)
Very nice ELP and fluid dynamics in some very beautiful photos!
Haha, Rich Pollett , like the way I sneaked in ELP (a la Shakespeare?) ..I thought you would appreciate it 🙂
Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Oh I enjoy that so much Rajini Rao I’ve tried the same at times. 🙂
Intriguing, can you explain Drew Sowersby .
Photos great!… beautiful words~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
I have seen this on Discovery.. it is really an awesome thing to see.. under a slow motion camera.. 10000 frames per second tells a totally different story.. its almost like a meteor crashing into the ocean.. awesome photography… 🙂
all photo nice
These would make great wall art for my apartment!