water journal

water journal is a ‘quiet exploration of all things water, celebrating its undeniable beauty and complexity.’ featuring photography and features from both a worldly political perspective and personal reflections on lfe spent on or around water.



issue 4 of Water Journal is a photographic feast. there’s some excellent inclusions in this issue including a trip through the highlands of Scotland, with photographs of the rich colours of the landscape and remote cottages dwarfed by mountains; a photo project inspired by the paintings of J.M.W. Turner; the colours of urban Cuba; octopus fishing in Spain; and hermit and sculptor Manfred Gnadinger and the sculptures he left behind in Camelle, Spain. it’s a thing of beauty.
// mags of the month: february //

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