Strange water formation in long exposure

Started Jul 22, 2013 | Questions thread
AShimon Contributing Member • Posts: 797
Re: Could it be a rogue water droplet?
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mailman88 wrote:

Once you view the pic at its largest size, you'll see the water hitting the rock base right of center. A singular water droplet will bounce from this rock base. The droplet is traveling up and down like a rainbow, and its speed is slower than the water itself. The laws of physics apply here and the shutter speed and aperture proves it.

mailman88, please explain what you are saying again. You are talking about 'speed' of the droplet being slower than the water itself. Meaning what?

I am well-trained in classical physics, and I can assure you the droplet is falling no slower than the waterfall behind it.

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