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Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Fotos impressionantes através da refração de uma gota d’água (Thanks to Google Translate, we can deduce that this says, "Awesome Photos by refraction of a drop of water"). And #awesome it is.

Fotos impressionantes através da refração de uma gota d’água (Thanks to Google Translate, we can deduce that this says, "Awesome Photos by refraction of a drop of water"). And #awesome it is.

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #batman

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #batman

Literally Drops of Jupiter!  "These stunning examples of refraction art show water droplets with various backdrops. They were produced by German photographer, Markus Reugels, who took these photographs with a high-speed camera. Shots of Earth and Jupiter, along with the Spiderman and Superman logos have been photographed behind spheres of water drops taken with precision timing. [Click through and] Check ‘em out…"

Literally Drops of Jupiter! "These stunning examples of refraction art show water droplets with various backdrops. They were produced by German photographer, Markus Reugels, who took these photographs with a high-speed camera. Shots of Earth and Jupiter, along with the Spiderman and Superman logos have been photographed behind spheres of water drops taken with precision timing. [Click through and] Check ‘em out…"

Neptune in a water drop - Markus Reugels makes worlds appear in water droplets. He uses high-speed photography to capture the exact moment a droplet frames a planetary backdrop. He places images of the planets in the background and then lets the drop fall, triggering his camera at the correct split-second moment.

Out of this world: planets captured within water drops by Markus Reugels

Neptune in a water drop - Markus Reugels makes worlds appear in water droplets. He uses high-speed photography to capture the exact moment a droplet frames a planetary backdrop. He places images of the planets in the background and then lets the drop fall, triggering his camera at the correct split-second moment.

Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #worlds

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #worlds

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #moon

Imagens dentro de uma gota de água by fotógrafo Markus Reugels #moon

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