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    perfect timings swimmer water Best perfectly timed photos from Twisted Sifter.

  • Pat Perry

    Surface tension. | Funny Pictures, Quotes, Pics, Photos, Images. Videos of Really Very Cute animals.

  • John La Liberté

    Incredible shot of US swimmer that perfectly shows the phenomenon of surface tension - Captured on camera as he is about to break the surface of the water, Clary seems to be perfectly wrapped in glass because of a physical phenomenon called surface tension.Put simply, all water has a 'skin' and in the photograph, Clary is breaking through that skin as he swims in the race which was part of his road to victory in 2012.

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  • al dawe

    This is incredible photography. I don't know how many times the photographer tried to get this shot, but WOW. Tyler Clary of the United States competing in the Men's 200m Backstroke Final seems to be perfectly wrapped in glass because of a physical phenomenon called surface tension. Put simply, all water has a 'skin' and in the photograph, Clary is breaking through that skin as he swims in the race which was part of his road to victory in 2012.

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