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This is a video of a drop of water falling on a flower with slow motion. Hope you like it.
30 Sep 2008
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How to start a fire with water!.-.
23 Jul 2008
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Never imagined it would be interesting to watch wool absorbing water until it's zoomed in.
4 Dec 2019
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Just a beautiful shot of a blood red drop of water entering clear water. The use of very high frame rate cameras helps to make an awesome image that you would never expect to see. We also spend tim...
15 May 2008
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life is in every drop of water. Enjoy the down under part of the Gulf of Mexico.
18 Aug 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Aulacese (Vietnamese) Chèo Traditional Opera: Two Drops of Water – P1/3 (In Aulacese). Episode: 1821, Air Date: 9 September 2011.
7 Dec 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Aulacese (Vietnamese) Chèo Traditional Opera: Two Drops of Water - P2/3 (In Aulacese). Episode: 1827, Air Date: 15 September 2011.
17 Dec 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Aulacese (Vietnamese) Chèo Traditional Opera: Two Drops of Water - P3/3 (In Aulacese). Episode: 1834, Air Date: 22 September 2011.
17 Dec 2011
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A drop of water
7 Dec 2018
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You will love this video when you see it, it probably is not of your taste but i uploaded it because this is what i do, i have a High Speed camera and i love doing this kind of work, the only problem uploading this is how big the file is, i had to reduce it and trust me it takes time. Please enjoy and vote.
24 Jan 2009
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Oh hooman, why don’t you reveal the trick of this superb magic to the kitten? Haha, this sweet lil cat is super attentive to every drop of water and tries to crack the mystery.
1 May 2019
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Put a staple in a glass of water and it will float. Put a drop of water in the glass and what will happen. Why? The soap breaks the surface tension, causing the staple to no longet stay afloat.
28 Jan 2007
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