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Hi-speed water: the Peilerbach (Vals) flows at 1/8000 sec with Nikon D800

Reality changes at the speed of 1/8000 seconds.

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What flows freezes.

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Water changes into glass filled with air bubbles.

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Falls turn into transparent laces.

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Water drops freeze in the air.

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Shapes form like clouds in the sky.

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and water foils design their transparencies.

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Pictures shot with D800 + 70-200 VRII at 1/8000 secs at the Preilerbach (Vals), where one of the most famous Swiss waters is bottled. Click on each picture to magnify.

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Posted by lorenzoborghi on May 13, 2014
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  1. 05/13/2014

    1/8000 indeed change to produce beautiful scene

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  2. 05/14/2014

    Love this, Lorenzo. Beautiful images and words. “Transparent laces” is so inspiring. Great post, as usual.

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    • 05/15/2014

      Thanks Windy. Actually, your article on ARTBorghi inspired those pictures, as I remember some of my hi-speed water pictures were included in it last year. Thanks again for visiting and commenting!

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      • 05/16/2014

        Oh, that’s so cool. Really happy to see your photography taking off. So glad we’re connected. Have a great week-end. 🙂

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