Urbanek Captures Colors Transformed by Water

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Jul 15, 2009   Updated: May 27 2011 • References: urbanekphotography.blogspot & notcot.org
Photographer Urbanek has created a collection of images that show how liquids move underwater. A seemingly simple idea, the images captured are more like tornado swirls than simple liquid formations.

The photos by Urbanek are colorful and interesting--using a macro lens, the photographer was able to capture these brief moments. Take a look at these underwater tornadoes of color by Urbanek above.

Implications - The twists and turns of Urbanek's water-colored photography are truly eloquent and natural. The free form of the color against the dark of the water is intoxicating to the eye. From the clouds of color to the lines of liquid, Urbanek's photography is a perfect understanding of flowing movement. Stats for Underwater Tornadoes Trending: Older & Chilly
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