"My first test with 3 Spouts. I have plan to make it with 4 Spouts, but at my first test it dosen´t work. I upgrade my Setup to 5 Valves for the 4 spout action. Hope i will get the picture i had in my Head."
Markus Reugels has an extensive body of work, mostly splashes, but also droplets, soap films and smoke. He also provides information on his setups. See his collectionsat http://www.flickr.com/photos/maianer/
Nasa claims "Beyond the scientific information they supply, some Landsat images are simply striking to look at, presenting spectacular views of mountains, valleys, and islands as well as forests, grasslands, and agricultural patterns." But it's really the fluids in each image that really make them spectacular.
http://www.vernissage.tv | In one of the halls of the Architecture Biennale's Arsenale exhibition space, Transsolar and Tetsuo Kondo Architects created an artificial 800sqm cloud. A spiraling cantilevered ramp allows the visitors of the installation to experience the ethereal cloudscape from below, within, and above.
The Sinking World of Andreas Franke – The Vandenberg Project – An underwater photography exhibition
Jean Biz Hertzberg's insight:
Underwater scenes combined with studio shots of people, then *displayed underwater* ; you have to dive to see them! I remember being disappointed that the Museum of Underwater Archeology in Bodrum was not underwater, but this exhibit is.
Water Wigs is a dynamic set of images using exploding shaped water balloons lit with a triad of colors, to create incredible splashes on the heads of bald men. The result is interesting and arresting "wigs" of water.
Examine the interplay of color reflected from the surface of a thin soap film in Featured Microscopist Karl E. Deckart's gallery of soap bubbles. This page contains the image of soap bubble number one in small format.