In insomnia fueled curiosity at 3am. "Hey, I wonder how dense steam gets, and how fast it condenses at -6 degrees below zero?" It looked cool. So, the next logical question is "oooo, how will it look with a laser through it?" Then, how about with UV light too?".
And so there it is. -6f, kettle steam with UV and laser light.
** Whats interesting is the strong clean delineation between the UV and laser light. They were at different angles, with really variable amounts of steam between them, yet its a very consistent line. This kind of play is always fun because it gives new questions to think about.