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Mysteriously Hypnotizing Swirls of Color

The shapes displayed in Luka Klikovac’s work look like colored smoke, or maybe strange deep-sea creatures, but they’re actually mixtures of colored and black liquids immersed in water.

Aqueous Rainbow Skies by mark mawson photography | Aqueous Rainbow Skies - images created using paint and ink in water.

Photographer Mark Mawson has a beautiful photo series titled ‘Aqueous Rainbow Skies’ featuring gorgeous swirls of colored liquids in water.

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British photographer Mark Mawson drops paint into water and photographs the beautiful results for his Aqueous photo series entitled Aqueous Fluoreau. The images are stunning not only for their vibrant colors but their almost sculptural appearance.

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Mark Mawson's Explosive Photos of Neon Ink in Water

Clouds of vivid colour hang in a black void. These could almost be the latest images from a satellite deep in outer space. However, these pictures are the work of photographer Mark Mawson who uses a secret technique involving paint and water.  Picture: Mark Mawson / Barcroft Media

Aqueous Fluoreau: photographs of paint dropped into water by Mark Mawson

Photographer Mark Mawson has published a wonderful series of fourteen new underwater ink photographs entitled Aqueous Fluoreau. The images are stunning not only for their vibrant colors but their almost sculptural appearance.

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