Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Water Bubbles (Photo Blog)


Water Bubbles, originally uploaded by abhishekontheweb.
The bowl was filled with water, and it was made to overflow by placing it under flowing tap water. As the tap water hit the surface of the water in the bowl, I was able to shoot these random shapes of the froth generated. Shot at 1/200th second with flash on. (Looks like cells under a microscope, doesn't it?)

4 comments:

  1. WOAH!!! Mind-blowing!!!!

    //(Looks like cells under a microscope, doesn't it?)//
    Believe it or not, that was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw that pic!! I was even trying to think what kind of cells they looked like, initially thought it was Squamous epithelial cells, but soon realized that they look more like plant Parenchyma. :) (Check this out - http://www.dbs.umt.edu/courses/biol316/Anatomy/plant/parencol/paren1/images/38n.jpg)
    Okay.. too much biology.. But, I have to agree with you 100% there - cells was what immediately came to my mind.. :)

    Simple concept - AMAZING shot!!! Cheers!!!

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  3. @Agila: Thanks for the comments (and the number of exclaimation marks and happy smileys :) ). Yes, the image in the link does share certain similarities with the photo posted.

    @Himanshu - Whoa!! How can you be out of words :)? Glad you liked it :)
    Thanks for the award btw. I am honored (as always, when I see name mentioned in your posts :) )

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