27 Stunning and Creative Photographs of Water

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At many points as a photographer, you are going to want to manipulate an object to get a better photograph. Many times, our thoughts will turn towards water as something that we can use to that end. These photographers have cleverly used water as part of their compositions. Check out some more cool collections in the links at the end and share your own water photographs in the comments!

Winter waves by dicktay2000, on Flickr

When Water Drops Collide by laszlo-photo, on Flickr

Habanero splash by Tambako the Jaguar, on Flickr

quarter past 5 by Debasis ~~, on Flickr

Autumn leaves at the top of the weir by Steve-h, on Flickr

Bokeh-licious by VinothChandar, on Flickr

espejo by A6U571N, on Flickr

Oceanic by Έλενα Λαγαρία, on Flickr

Blue mists at Snoqualmie Falls by joiseyshowaa, on Flickr

Viv goes surfing! by kevin dooley, on Flickr

Pink drops by aussiegall, on Flickr

H2O by Luz Adriana Villa A., on Flickr

Twitter 365 Project – Day 71 by rich115, on Flickr

another reason by notsogoodphotography, on Flickr

Ethereal blue bubble trip {Explored} by Kerekes János Csongor, on Flickr

A moment in time by blinkingidiot, on Flickr

Mijocama by Phil Grondin, on Flickr

hidden colors by spettacolopuro, on Flickr

Freshwater lakes by kevin dooley, on Flickr

Riffelsee by Jeff Pang, on Flickr

Diana’s sunset by kevin dooley, on Flickr

Bangladesh by Orangeadnan, on Flickr

International season´s week – semana internacional de las estaciones. Colombian Fall – otoño colombiano by Luz Adriana Villa A., on Flickr

Dynamic Serenity by papalars, on Flickr

dew on web by photophilde, on Flickr

Planeta tierra by @Cristianhold, on Flickr

Reflections by kevin dooley, on Flickr

Other Cool Links on Photographing Water

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