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38776 clicks; posted to Main » on 02 Oct 2005 at 6:37 AM (12 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2005-10-02 03:01:38 AM  
2005-10-02 03:25:57 AM  
i wonder if i could take those pics with my Minolta Maxxum ST SI ?
i have what i think is a good 35mm camera.. sitting here on my shelf..havent been touched in ages.
2005-10-02 03:27:30 AM  
Whoa, did anyone else read that as "squid sculpture gallery" then get very confused when they came to that tab? Oh, just me?

Cool site though.
2005-10-02 03:40:57 AM  
way cool beans.
2005-10-02 04:16:35 AM  
2005-10-02 04:40:14 AM  
Those... are some of the coolest pictures I've ever seen.
2005-10-02 04:42:41 AM  
InnocenceLost is my favorite. Give man anything and he'll make it perverted somehow.
2005-10-02 04:43:44 AM

stetson? erza pound is a water droplet?
2005-10-02 05:40:22 AM  
it must have took forever to make the bead gallery.
2005-10-02 06:42:48 AM  
there's a hidden link on the page that brings you to a cumshot gallery
2005-10-02 06:45:26 AM  
never odd or even [TotalFark]

InnocenceLost is my favorite.

Lol. I was thinking the same thing.
2005-10-02 06:45:29 AM  
The pournography is the first thing that got farked. Hahaha.
Omg enzowaterman, you weren't kidding. Holy fark.
2005-10-02 06:55:42 AM  
Yikes! In the "Milk and Cream" section, there's one called "Patriot"! Obviously, this is just rabid nationalism. This one is highly un-PC, and needs to be removed now!!!!!!

2005-10-02 06:58:45 AM  
Er, OK, where is this magic link you speak of?
2005-10-02 07:10:50 AM  
The Juggling Nipple.. heh.
2005-10-02 07:12:40 AM  
Really beautiful
2005-10-02 07:19:15 AM  
ok ,
2005-10-02 07:21:27 AM  
2005-10-02 07:32:17 AM  
2005-10-02 07:35:22 AM  
I'd like to see them duplicate any one of those pictures. Any one...
2005-10-02 07:35:48 AM  
Thanks, poster. Great stuff!
2005-10-02 08:03:09 AM  
Wow. Very impressive. Of course, this photographer has the proper equipment to take such shots.

They are really hard to take without it, but with a digital camera, some patience, and some good timing, you might be able to. In fact, I might just try some of that tomorrow.

I once managed to get a semi-ok picture of a water droplet just as it was about to let go of a string on an awning on a rainy day. This was on b&w film and it was the only one to come out of 6 shots at the end of a roll I was trying to finish.

Anyway, nice stuff and it gives me something to experiment with. We'll see if I can even come remotely close without the fancy set-up.

/doubt it
//still looking forward to trying
2005-10-02 08:15:29 AM  
I call "photoshop" on some of the fancy patterns. Either that or he would need some sort of crazy computer-powered water dropper.
2005-10-02 08:24:48 AM  
Farkin trippy. Wow.
2005-10-02 08:25:18 AM  
Not really "sculptures" though are they....
2005-10-02 08:27:59 AM  
I fail to see how this is going to help us deal with the next natural disaster.
The internet should be for emergencies only.
2005-10-02 08:32:14 AM  
In the words of Peter Griffin, "Freakin Sweet!"
2005-10-02 08:38:10 AM  
Some good stuff there
2005-10-02 08:39:58 AM  
Utterly amazing.
2005-10-02 09:13:16 AM  
Er, OK, where is this magic link you speak of?
2005-10-02 09:13:38 AM  
Ok - I'm sold. Wonder how much I can buy for $700 dollars. Have a gallery showing at my gym next July and this should be a big draw if I can do it too :)
2005-10-02 09:19:28 AM  
hidden link?
2005-10-02 09:27:23 AM  
I just woke up and clicked on Fark (hell, don't we all?) and read Liquid Scripture.
Maybe I should sober up a little.
2005-10-02 09:53:36 AM  
"wireless toilet" was my favorite... perfectly named!
2005-10-02 10:06:18 AM  
High speed still photography is theoretically very easy. You basically just start out in a dark room, open the camera shutter, and use a short duration flash to light the scene. The flash "freezes" the action, so you can use a slow shutter speed.

With that said, those pictures are farking awesome.
2005-10-02 10:09:09 AM  
very nice indeed
2005-10-02 10:16:36 AM  
Meh, this one looks fake to me.

Doesn't open in a new tab because fark seems to hates my html.
2005-10-02 10:17:19 AM  
The juggling nipple is really funny. And the earth droplets are very cool - I'm guessing he had a map hanging behind them and spent a lot of time experimenting to get it just right.
2005-10-02 10:19:38 AM  
The amazing juggling nipple does it for me. [bottom pic on this page]
2005-10-02 10:31:00 AM  
2005-10-02 10:33:22 AM  
wow. that hidden link is really NSFFark...
2005-10-02 11:08:02 AM  
I feel stupid now, but only until this link did I realize the Brits spelled it "pournography"...with a U...

What is it with you Brits and your extra U's. You're so colourful in this regard.
2005-10-02 11:13:17 AM  
"Pournography" is a pun, jackass.

"Pour", as in pouring water.
2005-10-02 11:16:38 AM  
I think it's a pun. Liquid, pour, get it?
2005-10-02 12:23:10 PM  
Okay who broke the bong...?

[image from too old to be available]
2005-10-02 12:50:33 PM  
what? this dude can't even spell pornography? must be gay.
2005-10-02 01:08:24 PM  
The pics are amazing, but there is some photoshopping going on:

Compare Pic 1 to Pic 2
2005-10-02 01:37:20 PM  
If you guys dig the water pics you should check out "Masaru Emoto" he has some really cool ideas.
2005-10-02 01:47:32 PM  
still cant find the hidden link...

/needs a road map for the internets.
2005-10-02 02:02:52 PM  
If you are offended by your own imagination, you might wish to pass.

Ha. Very nicely put. I'm going to have to remember that one.
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