aapt - MonicaR.Almeida IVClare January21,2009 Physics...

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Monica R. Almeida January 21, 2009 IV-Clare Physics AAPT Photo Contest Held together by cohesion, a water droplet adheres at the tip of a flower. Dipolar attractions of millions of water molecules induce a strong surface tension along the air-water interface. As a result, these molecules form a bead on the flower’s surface. The droplet’s thickness near the center allows it to behave like a convex lens, thus warping and inverting the image of a tree from behind. However, deeply beyond this picture is a diversity of organisms that proliferate in this remarkable liquid. After all, water is the beginning of all life on Earth. REMARKS: Less is more. That is the over-all concept that comes into my mind when I  see this photograph. This simple yet artistically creative photograph has a lot of  principles behind it. One of the principles behind this, the obvious ones as 
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