After much pondering, I noticed the wavy lines in the bottom of a pie pan reflector that I’ve never used, and remembered the wavelike particle-ness (and particle-like wave-ness) of water, and then remembered that sound is also a wave, and falls on the electromagnetic spectrum.

So I shot the pie pan: fail.

And then I had a flash of brilliance, and added a bit of water to it: still fail.

Then I added some agitation: better, but nope.

Then I added some flash: getting there, but not enough DoF.

So I cranked down the aperture, and Poof! Something that get’s a bit closer to ‘Don’t you wonder sometimes… about Sound & Vision!’ for the sliproject. We’ll see if it makes the cut.

D7000. Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E-Series. ISO100, 1/250th, f/8. SB-700, mounted on-camera, with diffusion flap down, zoomed to 11mm (automatically, I think), at 1/8th. Rather heavily processed in Aperture.