This is the kind of art that makes me say "I hate you" (follow me on this - it works out well for you in the end). I don't say that because I actually hate you - the art appreciator in me wants to rush out and hug you, but the photographer, now sulking in the corner, is muttering I hate you and banging his head against the wall.
The only thing I'm not digging about this is a difference in the water. The bottom section, where it's out of focus, looks a bit like an overzoomed microscope slide - it would have been even better, I think, if you would ahve used an f-stop of, like, 20 or so and made the water in the background just a little more defined - not much, mind you, as that would have messed the whole thing up, but just a bit more defined.
I was going to ask how you got it so clear, but then I saw that you used a macro lens (and if not then just a very awesome lens that can get down to 6mm zoom). I do want to know, though, how you get the water to behave so well - I never manage to get it right when I try liquid photography - it just looks bland and lifeless, whereas this is the complete opposite.
Thank you for putting this up - it makes me smile.