Wed, February 15, 2012
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Photographer captures worlds in water drops

2012-02-15 09:38:43 GMT2012-02-15 17:38:43(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Photographer Markus Reugels uses high-speed photography to capture these images of falling droplets. CREDIT: Markus Reugels, LiquidArt

Carefully "posed" water droplets turn flat photographs, like this one of Jupiter, into spherical worlds. Credit: Markus Reugels, LiquidArt

Another, simpler, photographic technique involves dripping milk or cream into water to create dreamy images like this one. Credit: Markus Reugels, LiquidArt

Photographer Markus Reugels uses high-speed photography to capture these images of falling droplets.

(Agencies)

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