Water

They said water is life, and they built the most enduring empires in human history. People prayed to goods of water as long as they worshiped the gods of the sun. What is out there that I missed?

An Aqueous State
An Aqueous State

The evaporation and cloud formation over a body of water exposed to the sunlight.

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From Here & Now #2
From Here & Now #2

Like any large body of water, the picturesque Georgian Bay at the Bruce Peninsula is also the vast reservoir of accumulated solar energy.

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Morning Sun
Morning Sun

Sunrise morning, another stage of everlasting play between sun and water sets life conditions on the vast stretches of the Great Canadian Shield.

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An Aqueous State
An Aqueous State

The evaporation and cloud formation over a body of water exposed to the sunlight.

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Motion is life; life is motion.

They said that too, long before the second law of thermodynamics was proclaimed the most fundamental law of our world. How could they see the nature tempering effect on energy exchange between sun and water?

Flow Study #1
Flow Study #1

Northern river flow

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Grassy Shoreline
Grassy Shoreline

Flowering grass along the shoreline with the reflection of a white pine.

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River Flow
River Flow

Fallen trees obstructing the spring flow of the Nottawasaga River.

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Flow Study #1
Flow Study #1

Northern river flow

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The face of the water, in all its states, could be as mysterious as a human face.

Reflections from a cottage deck.

Cottage Rock Garden
Cottage Rock Garden

The natural environment around a cottage, Mink Islands, Georgian Bay

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Cold Front
Cold Front

The condensation of water vapour, a cloud cover, releases the energy away from its source.

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Continuum
Continuum

To process previous information about water, we activate the neuronal connection in our brains. Thus, we have to rely on the other essential property of the water molecule, the polarity. So does the whole living world.

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Cottage Rock Garden
Cottage Rock Garden

The natural environment around a cottage, Mink Islands, Georgian Bay

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Weekend at the cottage has been Canadians favourite pastime. It could be an opportunity to reflect on how the water level or weather pattern has changed over the years. It might also be a chance to wonder if our collective ways of interacting with our environments haven't become a profoundly ethical question.