Critique Tweaking my drop art photography

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Building on the characteristics I liked about my previous drop art session, this time I isolated the formations at or near the top of the jet. Though the images are strongly cropped, they're not cropped nearly as heavily as in my previous session.

When using water as in these photos, the mixture tends to break up a lot when the two drops collide. Most water drop photographers seem not to like that characteristic but I really like the abstract compositions that water sometimes creates. So, I made a point of ignoring most of the more traditional formations that were created and kept the photos of the formations that were broken up. The first three photos are examples of that.

The last three photos, which display formations that at least somewhat held together, were shot slightly from above the formation at the top of the jet. That perspective is a first for me.

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