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Good morning. Check out this photo of a water droplet, shot over a map. Pretty amazing.

Photographer Markus Reugel recently captured this incredibly sharp photo of Earth in a water drop using his trademark set-up. Called Falling Earth, it's the latest in his ongoing series titled Refractions. There is a map in the background

Hummingbirds tongue

Microscopic shot of a hummingbird's tongue. They lick the nectar with fringed, forked tongue. Capillary action along the fringe of their tongue helps draw nectar up into their throats so they can swallow.

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

German Markus Reugels captures worlds in water droplets by hanging high-res images of planets in the background and then letting a drop of water fall, all the while triggering a high-speed.

How to Shoot Amazing Water Droplet Macro Photographs

How to Shoot Amazing Water Droplet Macro Photographs Want something fun to play around with when you’re stuck inside during these cold winter days? Try photographing water droplets from your kitchen sink! Though the results appear as “macro photography,”

Fotografía de alta velocidad

German photographer Markus Reugel began photographing when his son was born, and his talents quickly developed into a passion. Specifically, he is drawn to

Rainbow Color Explosion

Rainbow Color Explosion in Water Drops Macro of water droplets on the reading side of Compact Disc. Lighting was provided by an overhead fluorescent tube as well as two white LED flashlights and also a Red, green and blue flashlights.