Greetings everyone, this is Mitch and I'll be hosting this week. Water is one of the most abundant and important substances on Earth and we generally tend to photograph it in it's most obvious forms, such as lakes, rivers and the oceans. But water plays so many different roles in life, many of them so commonplace we often don't even notice it. Let's see your shots of water that are a bit different to the usual lakes, rivers and oceans!! Here are mine to start:
1) A glass of water. Very much an everyday item, but here viewed from above.
2) This is a shot of water running down the overflow spillway of the dam at Lys-Y-Fran reservoir. It formed endlessly fascinating patterns.
3) Raindrops trickling down a window is something that happens a lot. But how often do we stop and really look at it?
4) The jellyfish consists of more than 95% water and is one of the oldest multi-cellular organisms on Earth.