Oil and dyed water with sodium bicarbonate.
By: Sean Harrison
The image is very interesting, I like the red bias in the coloring adds a very demonic feel to it. I like how the focus is good enough to see all the micro bubbles.
i really like the different colors in the image and the bubbles bring a cool texture into the image. Cool to see the bubbles and the two columns in the image at the same time.
I love the warm tones in this image. Looks like bubbles trapped in amber.
The colors and formations are reminiscent of table syrup, it seems crystal like. The contrast between the deep browns and the hot yellow background are very interesting.
Art: The contrast between the background and the oil is great the colors used really make it look like blood cells under a microscope.
Flow: The flow is quickly understandable and recognized.
Photographic technique: The focus in this piece is great, especially considering that this was taken in oil.
Awesome photo, great focus. The black frame really helps draw eye to center. Love how you can see all the little bubbles clearly. The little smile is awesome. Love the warm colors.
1. Very interesting cool image. Great title and artistically wonderful.
2. The physics are well shown.
3. The photographic technique is very good.
Interesting bubbles in the image. Pretty good contrast and lighting as well. Interesting fluid flow.
The bubbles remind me of red blood cells! I like the warm feel of the image.
The center is a bit overexposed, but with the colors are perfectly exposed, and I like the detail with all the small bubbles.
Great detail and focus. Nice bright warm colors that contrast well with each other. Great job.
Cool photo, I like the coloring. Good clear focus on the bubbles up front. Nice!
Really cool image, I love how much is going on and you have great focus.
The name is perfect for the image. What cool rising bubbles. The contrast of the red and yellows with the black are wonderful
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