What fascinates me most about photography is that I can make the observers aware of things that they wouldn’t take notice of in their everyday life. Therefore near or macro photography has become a real passion for me.
I find it exciting to photograph water droplets or crowns because we use water daily in our lives. Yet most people do not know that water can assume such marvellous forms and shapes.
What our eyes can’t see I try to capture with my camera.
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When a drop of water or milk hits the surface a crown is formed.
Beautiful forms take shape when water drops hit water and bounce back with.
These beautiful forms take shape when milk sinks in water.
Most people serve cream with coffee or a cake. Well, I also use cream, but I mix it with acrylic colour and capture moments with my camera lenses which are just too fast for the human eye
My image Catch it has been commended in the Split Second Category in the Open Competition of the 2014 SWPA