The white colour is due to multiple scattering of light. The water falling produces lots of small bubbles that produce lots of reflections.
If you break a mirror or glass, this too looks white, again due to multiple scattering of 'white' light.
I have been watching One Foot in the Grave. Each series have one commentary episode. This is very useful as it gives you an insight to the sit-com.
I cannot recall any commentary in LOTSW, unless I have missed it in the DVD box set.
Are there any commentaries?
I particularly noticed these days football players and managers placing their hand by the mouth when talking. Obviously, to avoid been lip-read.
I wonder if this all started with the John Terry incident?
Only yesterday I was reminiscing an event that occurred in the early 70s. I was at a funfare (might be Battersea park). I was probably about 7 years old. I recall been given a bean bag or a tennis ball. I threw it at a circular silver target and hit it. Suddenly, this beautiful blonde woman in a...
Thanks, I will have to listen to this.
After watching the Carry on Films in dvd, I use to listen to the commentary to the films. The invited guests were members of the cast. I recall when Jim dale did a commentary. He talked about Kenneth Williams. There was a joke he related that went something...
Ok, so I just finished watching the last episode of LOTSW: series 32 titled 'How Not to Cry at a Wedding.' I had never seen this episode before. As I started watching the programme I was thinking about what the final scene would be like. Ideas that came to mind included: watery eyes on set; a...