Wow, this is incredible used of macro photography. This is such a great shot, and it must have been quite difficult to capture. How many shots did you take to get this one? The way you have sectioned off the photo adds a dimension to it, much like the way the raindrop splashback is 3 dimensional. I love the way the light falls, especially on the blade, causing the water to appear wavy and the use of black and grey to create contrasts in the water and shadowing to make it appear less flat. The one and only thing i dont like about this is the amount of focus on the splash, particularly in the forefront where it looks like a blur. having said this, there is amazing focus towards the back of it which adds to the awesomeness. Well done!
thank you ^^. And I wouldn't be able to tell you how many shots I took here >< hundreds probably.This was actually taken before I owned a macro lens, sometime soon I plan on trying this idea out again with a lens better equipped for this kind of shot.
This one is my favourite of all of your water images. The angle of the blade works well and cuts through the image nicely if you'll pardon my pun. Good focus and good use of the rule of thirds. I like how water and metal is all you can see here.