This is from a collection of fourteen photographs named Aqueous Fluoreau by Mark Mawson. In these photographs, the artist drops brilliant fluorescene colored inks into shallow pools of water. The sharp contrast between the bright colored inks and the water makes the created forms stand out using the seeded boundary technique.
Second prize – I really like the colors used in this and the way they’re mixing in this picture. As well as the way this picture is formed, even though droplets were used in the picture but one can see it as clouds or colored smoke. Thus showing different flow visualizations (drop & clouds/smoke) in one picture.
Third place! This photo is memorizing. The contrast between the vivid colors of the inks against the water make this image a true work of art. I had to look up the photographer, Mark Mawson, and found his photographs to be amazing.
First Place – This pictures colors are amazing. Watching how each color mixes and grows as they float makes it awesome to looks at. The contrast between the sharper edges and the cloudier areas of the ink also add a lot to the image.
Second Place! This is a beautiful image. The colors are dramatic and combine wonderfully. The clouds formed are so cool to see and are rather calming. The black background provides the perfect contrast to the colorful clouds.
First prize. The amount of color in this picture from the water droplets with the black background looks amazing. It is interesting to see how the droplets start at the bottom of the picture and rise as colors, looking like smoke and mixing with the other colors to form an awesome picture.