There’s something to be said for the unlikely art-makers out there, such as biochemist and pharmaceutical researcher Linden Gledhill, whose photographs of water based paints triggered into motion by sound from a speaker are otherworldly. The result – captured by a high speed 10 megapixel Nikon D2000 – are like psychedelic fungi that come alive for a split-second before melding into rainbow puddles. See hundreds more of these ephemeral sculptures at his Flickr set: http://bit.ly/bKwjq

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