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Brian Gartside's Drinkable Book

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Each book is printed on technologically advanced filter paper,
capable of killing deadly waterborne diseases. And each page 
is coated with silver nanoparticles, whose ions actively kill diseases 
like cholera, typhoid and E. coli.

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Epic Photographs Of Water By Edward Burtynsky

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Edward Burtynsky is a contemporary photographer whose projects always involve large scale photography with a particular focus on humanity’s impact on the natural world. His previous projects on Oil and Mining capture the extent of the impact of these operations on the landscape, yet also acknowledge that if their cause was unknown then there is a serene beauty to these scenes.

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Interview with Shorebreak Photographer Clark Little

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Clark Little is a photographer based in North Shore, Hawai’i who specializes in shorebreak wave photography, or photographing waves as they crash onto shore.

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Kramer O’Neill: Till Human Voices Wake Us

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Kramer O’Neill is a photographer, animator and designer, recently relocated from Brooklyn to Paris. His short films and sound pieces have been shown in festivals internationally, and his photos have appeared in galleries in New York, London, Paris, Louisville, Turin, Cardiff and Los Angeles. He is a founding member of the strange.rs photo collective and was the 2010 Photo Urbanism Fellow at Design Trust for Public Space in New York; excerpts from that project, Same Time Every Day, were displayed in the Atlantic Avenue Subway Station in Brooklyn in 2011. His two self-published photo books are Pictures of People and Things 1 and Till Human Voices Wake Us; they are available for sale on his website and in various bookstores.

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Singapore: Edward Burtynsky

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“Water” is the latest series by Canadian photographer Burtynsky and it is immediately obvious how ambitious and  impressive is this project. It’s totally impossible to not ask yourself questions when you are in front of the huge perfectly printed photos or just leafing through the catalogue published by Steidl.

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edward burtynsky water photography

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beginning september 5th, 2013, canadian photographer edward burtynsky will present a series of images titled 'water' at nicholas metivier gallery in toronto.

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Lava Waves by CJ Kale

These are the first ever photos done surf photography style with the lava down the wave. Myself and Nick Selway braved 110 + degree water volcanic glass and lava bombs to bring to market the first ever lava shots taken in breaking waves.
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Ansel Adams and American nature (VIDEO)

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Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea can be seen at the National Maritime Museum, London until 28 April 2013.

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