Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Macro images of boiling water

The following images are crops of macro shots of boiling water. About 2cm of water was boiled in stainless steel pot over a low flame.

Due to the need for very short exposure times (1/1000 s) the camera's pop up flash was used. The flash caused a very harsh reflection on the pot, so a sheet of white paper was put as far as possible (without obstructing the lens) front of the flash to act as a diffuser.

As the images below will clearly illustrate, bubbles of steam formed in boiling water are not necessarily spherical or even close to ellipsoidal.



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On a completely unrelated topic...

I'm having a chat with a cousin (Jem) now, and it is turning out to be very surreal. Maybe absurd.

Yee Wei
Jem

his presence might have clouded my truth

in that case i may be believing in a fuzzy adorable truth that is infact a cloud hiding the real truth

oh....impressive.

yeah. but the cloud is cute
it looks a bit like a dragon now

ah....evil little critter

it is cute though
so cuddly!

Does it taste like cotton candy?

let me give it a lick..
nopes
more like plain cotton
leaves a horrid fibrous feeling in the oral cavity
smells strangely like dragon piss though

yuck

yeah
not fun at all

serves you right......who ask you to go and lick it


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