Photographing Water

Photographing water is an interesting pursuit because water has so many different characteristics; it is gentle as well as powerful, creative as well as destructive, beautiful and terrible, soft, hard and ethereal. Water is the only substance on Earth naturally occurring in all three states, liquid, solid, vapor. As ice, water is considered to be a mineral. As a liquid, water is a solvent, eroding soil and rock, changing the surface of our planet. Life on Earth cannot survive without water.

Dettifoss, Iceland
Skogafoss, Iceland
Godafoss, Iceland
Jokulsarlon, Iceland
Point Lobos, California
Shoshone Falls, Idaho
South Fork, Payette River, Idaho
Hosta and Water Drops, Edward's Greenhouse, Boise, Idaho
Surf, Oregon Coast
Middle Fork, Boise River, Idaho
South Fork, Payette River, Idaho
Mammatus Clouds at Sunset, Canyon County, Idaho
Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California
Little Payette Lake, Valley County, Idaho
Crooked River, Boise National Forest, Idaho
Lake Lowell, Canyon County, Idaho

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