Gallery: fast flow

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Red devil 1↑

The beginning of the sequence, showing airborne flow. The red ink will fly upwards during the next few seconds.

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Red devil 2 ↑

The red shape begins to rise upward out of the water.

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Red devil 3 ↑

The red shape enlarges and continues to gain height

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Red devil 4 ↑

The shape collapses and shrinks down in zigzag shapes

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Red devil 5 ↑

The final stages of the red shape’s movement – possibly still airborne at this stage.

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Red devil 6 ↑

The shape still altering and elongating – either airborne or on the surface of the water.

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Jet propulsion ↑

Elongated shapes signify fast flow.

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Jets dreaming ↑

Fast-moving jets all around the edge indicate the direction of flow.

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Jet streaming ↑

Angular shapes indicate fast flow as well as the jets emanating from around the form.

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Duck under the waves ↑

A lot of activity in this fast-moving radial spread.

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Coloured jumper ↑

Angular forms indicate fast flow in this shape, which is probably airborne.

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Chromaphototropism ↑

Fast-flowing ink takes up unusual, filmy forms as it moves across and within the water.

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Red thread and stalactites ↑

Angular red ink and very long jets coming from the main body of the radial spread

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White hot explosion ↑

Fast-moving jets everywhere.

Copyright © Pery Burge 2011-2013

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