This image captures surface tension of water droplets on an airplane window. Three unique ‘surfaces’ are interacting with each other; air, glass, and water. The adhesion of water and glass allows the droplets to remain stable even with the force applied by gravity pulling perpendicularly. The gaseous air is also interacting with the water, forming the droplets from the change in density. The light of the refracting droplets gives nice contrast to the otherwise grey surroundings.
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