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  • Cameron Moll

    Bald guy + water balloon + hi-speed photography = New hair!

  • Nestlé Waters

    The photographer Tim Tadder captures people at the very moment of the explosion of water filled baloons. This colored and dynamic pictures series named "Water wigs" give the feeling that men wear real wigs on their head @Tim Harbour Tadder #water #art #inspiration

  • Kassie Hernandez

    Amazing photos of water balloons dropped on bald men: Water Wigs... hahaha. genius

  • Megan

    art, photography, Tim Tadder, water balloons

  • Lisa Erickson

    Popped water balloons as wigs for bald men. Hilarious Water Wigs by Tim Tadder | DeMilked

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Extremely unique self-portraits done by a very young and very creative Cristina Otero

Heinz Maier started photography only about a year ago, but his high-speed water drop photos have already become an instant sensation.

Flowers made in an instant from splashes of water! Milwaukee-based photographer Jack Long creates gorgeous water splash flowers that last only a fraction of a second and you won’t find them in any flower store! The artist shapes and colors the liquid flowers by using a mixture of water, thickener, pigment and dye. Unbelievably, every shot from the “Vessels and Blooms” series is captured in one high speed exposure, without any Photoshop.

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playing in the hose for the first time every summer as a kid... (or in March cuz im southern) ;)

High speed photography of a water balloon being popped.

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