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'Shattering Raindrops' (Dec 2011) - Bukit Batok, Singapore
-17 December 2011-

Prof. Emmanuel Villermaux from Aix-Marseille Université explained that the 'parachute' like shape of the raindrop that subsequently blown up into smaller droplets is caused by the raindrop that is big and fast for its internal cohesion (surface tension) to sustain the round shape against the destabilising forces due to the drag in the air.


Camera : NIKON D3S
Lens : 85.0 mm f/1.8
Focal Length : 85 mm
Exposure : 1/8000 sec
Aperture : f/5.6
ISO : 800

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