Fluid motion is captured as a floral still life in these high-speed photos by Jack Long. The artist keeps mum about his set-up but notes that these are single capture events, not constructed composites. It looks as if the blossoms are created from the impact of a falling fluid with the upward jet that forms the stem. The leaves and vase appear to be created from the upward splashes, but whether those are generated by vibration or dropping an object is unclear. See Long’s Flickr page for more. (Photo credit: Jack Long via Gizmodo)
how is this real?