Water

I open a water tap when thirsty or dirty. I don't think about it; days don't have enough hours.

Evening Phantom Five Islands National Park overview from a cottage deck on the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.

It could be a weekend out there, at a cottage or camp, with the human mind untied to daily realities, transcending all of it, and possibly ready to ask meaningful questions.

Blooming lichens at the water edge of the Great Canadian Shield.

How did ancient people think while building the most enduring empires in human civilization? They had no good tools or science to support these grandiose endeavours. In their magnificent cities, they erected temples of strange deities; Sun and Water.

Deep
Deep

A large boulder submerged at the Niagara Escarpment Cliff at Georgian Bay, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario

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An Aqueous State
An Aqueous State

The intensive evaporation in the summertime at Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, Ontario

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Sweet Water Sea
Sweet Water Sea

Overview of the northern part of Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, Ontario

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Deep
Deep

A large boulder submerged at the Niagara Escarpment Cliff at Georgian Bay, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario

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When things got bad, people changed faith. The misery lasted long until the fruits of the steam revolution appeared. Along with it, new natural laws were formalized, and

the concept of entropy emerged.

Tree branch in the shallow water of Georgian Bay at the Bruce Peninsula

The abstract and "useless" energy it described had no real appeal.

Humanity liked only the power it could use.

The pattern of the river current, gorge of Montreal River, Algoma, Ontario

It took me a long time to understand. The depth of a molecule excitement that I could feel but not see. That the water energy storage capacity works inside and all around me. Like an idea, merely a jolt of neural connection in my head, my most precious watery possession.     A spark possible by the polarity of a water molecule that makes this world alive.

Sunrise
Sunrise

The morning sunlight reflected at the shallow water of Bruce Peninsula National Park

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Sunrise Gold
Sunrise Gold

The sunrise over the water on Georgian Bay, Bruce Peninsula

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Grand Finale
Grand Finale

Threatening cloud formation over the Georgian Bay, Lake Huron

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Sunrise
Sunrise

The morning sunlight reflected at the shallow water of Bruce Peninsula National Park

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The gods must be angry now.