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Double Pillar Water Droplets Photography by Markus Reugels

New photographs capture multiple drops splashing in formations that look like doubled-stemmed mushrooms. These “double pillar” droplets, as amateur photographer Markus Reugels has dubbed them, require three water sources, perfectly timed to merge at the moment the shutter snaps. Reugels, a floor installer in Marktsteinach, Germany, has long experimented with eye-catching water-droplet photography, recently attracting international attention for his “ world in a drop of water ” shots. here

 


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