I am fascinated by water. Rivers, oceans, rain, everything. I very much enjoy to swim, and I can for instance stare out over water for a long time and enjoy waterbirds very much. Whenever I'm on a ship I feel very much at home.
Almost all of the pictures on this page are from the Wikimedia Commons.
Irrigation. A picture that makes me very thirsty.
The river Wensum in Norwich, England.
Porto Covo, Portugal.
Aare Canal, Thun, Zwitserland.
A wall of ice at the bottom of the ocean, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Especially the left side of this picture impresses me, this impenetrable, dark depth.
A drop of water is small. But what is the scale of this picture?
Water flowing from a tap.
The river Calonne, France.
Waterfall Dettifoss in Iceland, apparently one of the most powerful waterfalls in Europe.
A ship in the mist in Baffin Bay (between Canada and Greenland).
Ocean. Another impressing image.
The river Boerekreek, near Sint-Laureins, Belgium. Rustic, isn't it?
The wake of a ferry.
A cargo vessel during bad weather.
Lago Pehoe, in Patagonia, in the south of Chile.
Below a submarine. This drawing is from a comic of The Punisher.
The lighthouse at Land's End, in the South-West of England.
Ribbon Fall, in Yosemite National Park, United States.
The Oude Gracht (Old Canal) in Utrecht, Netherlands (scan of a photo in Straatnieuws, if I remember correctly).
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