Water.Shapes.Earth is an aerial photography series documenting water, which showcases the way in which the element shapes the planet. Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics gives an aerial perspective of the water element – how water flows, shapes its way, and passes off – through the rocky mountains, muddy marshes, tidal streams and estuaries. The aerial photographer captures the grace and elegance of water from above through photographs … Continue reading Water.Shapes.Earth: Aerial photography series documents the world’s waterways
Do you know where the water that you drink comes from? Or did you know that there’s a difference between spring water and mineral water? Whether you drink tap water, spring water or mineral water, here’s all you need to know about where your water comes from. Spring Water Spring water is the term used to refer to water collected directly from an underground spring … Continue reading Where does the water you drink – bottled or tap – come from?
Berlin-based photographer Mustafah Abulaziz has spent more than five years exploring the world’s relationship to water. In what he envisages to be a 15-year project, Mustafah Abdulaziz plans to visit 32 countries to uncover people’s attitudes towards water. In 2011, the American photographer took on the challenge to photograph what water means to the world, how it influences various cultures and the different ways it … Continue reading Photographer Mustafah Abulaziz brings insight on the world’s relationship to water
Living in a city, otherwise known as a “concrete jungle”, can be challenging for anyone wanting to develop their spirituality or nurture their inner being. As spiritual beings, our energy flow is much more conducive to being in natural environments – in other words, in and amongst nature – where the energy flow is not […] via The Urban Guide to Spirituality: Connecting with the water … Continue reading The Urban Guide to Spirituality: Connecting with the water elemental
The multinational corporation is gradually privatizing a natural resource. via Nestlé Is Sucking the World’s Aquifers Dry — Longreads Continue reading Nestlé makes billions from water it pays pittance for — Longreads
Quantum Touch practitioner Debbie Giles gives Life & Soul Magazine her top tips for implementing basic changes to your wellbeing for January… Never say never! I’m never gonna drink again, the never agains, making a big announcement in January can set us up to fall. By incorporating some goodness into your everyday life not just for your January plan but for your lifestyle plan, will … Continue reading January Tonic