How many times you’d really take a serious look at water? As human who inhabits in the mother Earth, we see the water everywhere. It’s one of the most important assets to keep us alive, yet it looks so common that we treat it like transparent thing.
Standing on the shore looking in to the water surface, I realize how water reflection changes by the wind getting blurred, by the clouds getting darker, and by the water current changing perspective. It reminds me of what a Greek philosopher said “You can’t step into the same river twice”, as I have noticed you cannot see the same water reflection twice. I returned to water again and again, capturing seascapes, ponds and raging rivers. Water reflection changing as a world changing around and under, it reflects the beauty of our world.
The photo essay, focused on irrigation, conservation, and beauty. Fluid, ephemeral, and unpredictable, water is the ideal subject for photographic experimentation. Water in black and white almost seems to add a new element to a photo; it can trick the eyes and appear to be a completely different objects altogether.
Water, whether still or in motion, has so great an attraction for the lover of nature, that the most beautiful landscape seems scarcely complete without it. There are no effects so fascinating as those produced by the reflexions in nature’s living mirror.