Caustic network is formed when waves on the surface of water refract sunlight at different angles, like a giant liquid lens. When enough photons of light overlap in the same area, brighter shapes emerge, forming these ever-changing geometric patterns. As the direction and intensity of the ripples on the water change, focusing and defocusing light, the refracted pattern shape-shifts from circles, to hexagons, and spinning triangles.
These 3 minutes of rippling caustics reflected from our pool this morning, shot from the floor facing up captures how the light pattern changes when I engage with the water halfway through. - This song “Back to Order” by @peejfranz was made progressively layering acoustic elements with synthetic rhythm + voice of an angel.