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Photographer Markus Reugels, from Schweinfurt, Germany is responsible for these ace snaps, which he painstakingly produces so that iconic images appear trapped in tiny droplets of water.

He told the Daily Mail: "My pictures are all taken with my self made setup rig - all handmade out of wood. I fix all my valves and flashes tot he contraption, and can put the image I want to project behind the dripping water.

"Sometimes I take 500 pictures and only a couple of them are really perfect in my opinion. "I start each series with a goal in my head, but every time is different, so you can plan much but usually it turns out differently.

"There are so many factors who will influence the result - the viscosity of the water ,the height of the drops, the nozzle size even the temperature of the water."

And here's how he does it. Clear as mud...

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