Amazing Shots Of Milk

Here’s an artist who is really making a splash with stunning artwork made from simply dropping milk into a glass.The surprising results are which show the creamy liquid reacting in unusual ways are the handy work of visual artist Naurius Zeltins.The Latvian artist came up with the idea after becoming fascinated with the way liquid moves from raindrops to even flushing his toilet. Student Naurius, 22, shoots for three hours at a time to get his amazing images.

Here's an artist who is really making a splash with stunning artwork made from simply dropping milk into a glass.The surprising results are which show the creamy liquid reacting in unusual ways are the handy work of visual artist Naurius Zeltins.The Latvian artist came up with the idea after becoming fascinated with the way liquid moves from raindrops to even flushing his toilet. Student Naurius, 22, shoots for three hours at a time to get his amazing images.

Here's an artist who is really making a splash with stunning artwork made from simply dropping milk into a glass.The surprising results are which show the creamy liquid reacting in unusual ways are the handy work of visual artist Naurius Zeltins.The Latvian artist came up with the idea after becoming fascinated with the way liquid moves from raindrops to even flushing his toilet. Student Naurius, 22, shoots for three hours at a time to get his amazing images.

Here's an artist who is really making a splash with stunning artwork made from simply dropping milk into a glass.The surprising results are which show the creamy liquid reacting in unusual ways are the handy work of visual artist Naurius Zeltins.The Latvian artist came up with the idea after becoming fascinated with the way liquid moves from raindrops to even flushing his toilet. Student Naurius, 22, shoots for three hours at a time to get his amazing images.

Here's an artist who is really making a splash with stunning artwork made from simply dropping milk into a glass.The surprising results are which show the creamy liquid reacting in unusual ways are the handy work of visual artist Naurius Zeltins.The Latvian artist came up with the idea after becoming fascinated with the way liquid moves from raindrops to even flushing his toilet. Student Naurius, 22, shoots for three hours at a time to get his amazing images.