Rain Drops


Every time a raindrop hits a puddle or a drop of water hits a larger body of water, it bounces up and down, over and over, held together by its surface tension, and becoming smaller with each bounce, which creates the wave effect observed when a drop of water hits another larger body of water. This phenomena occurs too fast for the human eye to see, but high speed cameras can catch this effect by shooting at thousands or millions of frames per second 

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