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When we think about the word drip, we think about the annoying broken shower head in our bathroom or when it's just starting to rain. But here German artist Markus Reugels has managed to create something beautiful from the mundane. By adding colour and thickener to water he then snaps the splashes with his high-speed camera equipment. We’ll never look at a leaking tap the same way again.

To see more of Reugels' work take a look at his Flickr stream here

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