I saw a set of flowers in a vase, dying in our kitchen. The flower was actually drooping to the table, and I got a really great idea (or so I think).
After work, I decided to pour water onto the table (as you do), and approached creating an artistic piece, I've called 'The Last Water Hole'. The idea being of course, that the water on the table is the last bit of water left for it to survive.
What do you lot think?
I may try another shot, maybe getting a closer shot of the flower in the water, making it more foreground, with the vase/background out of focus in the background.
Taken with the Canon 550D - 18-55mm kit lens - F-5.6 - ISO 800 - 1/15 shutter (no flash), & edited in Photoshop