Water: 6 Photographs from Around the World

This past year, I have been lucky to travel through the South Pacific with my family, to the Northwest Territories for a workshop with Dave Brosha, and to Saint Lucia for some personal time away. No matter where I go, I am always attracted to water, to the unique character of the shoreline, features in the sea that surprise me, and the interplay of light and reflection. So, as we approach the end of 2014, and my international travels are done for the year, I wanted to share a selection of six photographs of water from around the world.

Enjoy!

These images are available as limited edition prints.Ā 

Vermilion Lakes, Banff National Park

Vermilion Lakes, Banff National Park

Tikehau Atoll, Tuamotus, French Polynesia.

Tikehau Atoll, Tuamotus, French Polynesia.

Limu Pools, Niue

Limu Pools, Niue

Yellowknife River, Northwest Territories

Yellowknife River, Northwest Territories

Taranaki coast, New Zealand

Taranaki coast, New Zealand

La Toc Beach, St Lucia

La Toc Beach, St Lucia

Check out these articles, too:

Untouched, Underdocumented: Photos from the Island of Niue

Mountain Immersions – An Underwater Look at Banff National Park

Aurora Watching Web Resources

12 Responses to “Water: 6 Photographs from Around the World”

  1. Harold Epp

    Paul Zizka, you have a knack and the discipline for transforming a beautiful capture into a stunning work of art. Partly it’s given to you by nature, yet you have the artistic eye to present it in a fresh way to your audience. Well done, consistently! Always in awe of your work!

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    • Paul Zizka

      That’s great considering where you live. Water is particularly beautiful and plentiful in your neck of the woods. Hope to be able to visit again soon!

      Reply

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