Αndrew Οsokin…… rain drops!

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Σε αυτές τις εκπληκτικές φωτογραφίες του Ρώσου φωτογράφου Andrew Osokin, οι μικρές υδάτινες σφαίρες εντυπωσιάζουν με την απίθανη αρχιτεκτονική τους.

 

 

 

As Britain is lashed by rain and floods, a Russian photographer has captured another side of water in these stunning images of droplets.

They were created around Moscow by photographer Andrew Osokin.

The 50-year-old from Moscow uses macro photography to capture the delicate balance of the liquid forming globes thanks to surface tension.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2253771/The-stunning-images-water-droplets-rain-work-art.html

38 comments on “Αndrew Οsokin…… rain drops!

    • Good morning my sweet Manessah!!!!!

      …He calls me me friend,
      I call him brother, teacher, master, better than the best,
      well recalling a late night message that bred…

      …..not everything need be coded
      what you read here
      it is not coded,
      for the raindrops come clear and clean
      and the poems land on our tongues
      bounce on the foreheads and eyes of the babes, all stored and saved for the future blessings spoken in a single tongue !

      Poetoftheway

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  1. Water is a phenomenon in itself. Not only that is life-giving, but also beautiful and in the smallest drop but also in the river, oceans, waterfalls. A wonderful miracle that we do not contemplate everyday, we forget about it in our hurry.

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    • Water is one of the most important blessings in nature. Without it, life would not have been possible on earth. Our civilizations today are very dependent on water that countries, states, and cities worldwide invest large amounts of money to secure their water supply for the future.

      Only time will tell if mankind will be able to leapfrog this growing concern over water. However, what is definitely certain is that if nothing is done today, we won’t have to worry about water in the future because there will be none left for us to use. And when that happens, then we would have known that we have a problem far bigger than we would have ever imagined.

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