Image courtesy of funkeldink.
An ePHOTOzine member has created a revolutionary new way to view images.
Called 'Damp Spot', ePHOTOzine member funkeldink
believes himself to be the first in the world to develop a photographic image on concrete and wood.
'Damp Spot' stays invisible until it rains or liquid is added. The photo then 'develops'. When it dries, the photo disappears slowly and reappears every time it gets wet. How the effect is created has not yet been revealed.
funkeldink hopes to create a series of these 'Damp Spot' images over the coming weeks.
For more information and to watch a video demonstrating the process, visit funkeldink's Facebook page
. Take a look at funkeldink's portfolio page
for more of his images.