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Stunning high speed photography of water droplets ~ Fractal / geometric nature

August 28, 2010

Today I stumbled across Corrie White’s flickr page and was instantly intrigued and inspired by her photos, and in particular, her high speed photographic images of water droplets. They are just so beautiful and fascinating!  Of course, I was also drawn to the recursive or symmetric patterns and geometry of these frozen moments in time. Such high speed photography really makes me stop to consider what other spectacular wonders lay right beneath our noses.

Corrie uses milk, food dye, and gels on the flash guns to create the colors, a high speed photography set up and H2O to create these stunning images.

See more in Corrie’s Water Drops Image Slideshow:

Comprehensive Water Drop Photography Guide


Corrie also has a few images of frost on windows which display lovely natural fractal patterns as well.

See more in Corrie’s Window Frost Image Slideshow:

Beauty surrounds us is all directions, if only we have the will to see.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 28, 2010 10:13 pm

    Cool collection!

  2. December 8, 2010 10:14 am

    Good evening

    Awesome post, just want to say thanks for the share

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