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Vibrant liquid macro photography by Michael Suppan. Captures a fleeting, fluid moment in time.  Reminiscent of Harold Edgerton’s iconic Milk Drop Coronet, perhaps the most perfect fluid dynamics photo ever taken.

Vibrant liquid macro photography by Michael Suppan Gorgeous captures of a fleeting, fluid moment in time. Reminiscent of Harold Edgerton’s iconic Milk Drop Coronet, perhaps the most perfect fluid dynamics photo ever taken.

Dr. Harold E. Edgerton. Milk Drop. c. 1936

Dr. Harold E. Edgerton. Milk Drop. c. 1936

'Coronet' by Harold E. 'Doc' Edgerton, milk drop, high speed stroboscopic photography  featured in the MoMA's first photo exhibit in 1937 and forever merged the beauty of science and photography. physics.rutgers.edu

'Coronet' by Harold E. 'Doc' Edgerton, milk drop, high speed stroboscopic photography featured in the MoMA's first photo exhibit in 1937 and forever merged the beauty of science and photography.

Dutch photographer Alexander Augusteijn uses high-speed photography to capture bullets piercing water.

High-Speed Photos of Bullets Piercing Water Look Almost Impossible

Imperial Palace of Kyoto

Imperial Palace of Kyoto

Imperial Palace of Kyoto

Imperial Palace of Kyoto

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