The following video shows us the classic colliding droplets falling into liquid. Using a mixture of colored water and milk shot at 5000 frames per second (200 times slower than real-time) the indiscribably beauty of this physical process is shown.
The video is so beautiful, I could well imagine it as a living painting on a wall.
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