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    Gravitational Pull

    Macro water drops. C & C welcomed.

    Gravitational Pull

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    Re: Gravitational Pull

    Don't quite know what to say, Scott. It's not like anything I've seen before! Kool though!

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    Re: Gravitational Pull

    Interesting!

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    Re: Gravitational Pull

    The image has very little PP. I did clone out a couple of bright spots from the diffused off camera flash. The water in the bottom of the pan had a ton of little bubbles. It turned out to be a fairly interesting shot. I am a big fan of physics and it looked like a large gravitational mass bending light to me, hence the name.

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    Re: Gravitational Pull

    What an intriguing image Scott..very cool looking effect of that drop.

    It's just as you titled it, gravitational looking. The compressed rings on the sides
    of the drop appear almost like the compressed time/space around a black hole....

    Mike

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