More than 70% of the earth’s surface consists of water but only approximately 0.03% of this is available for consumption, or better said, accessible and not too polluted. Of course we do not use water just for drinking, it also ensures that we can sail or just enjoy swimming. Whatever you use water for, we all need it in our daily lives. I also like to use water in my photography. Water in combination with, for example, light and wind, can produce very abstract images. Especially when water is moving, forms can arise that sometimes you cannot even see with the naked eye, but by playing with the shutter speeds of your camera, you can emphasize these shapes and bring it to live. Water is a subject that you can use very creatively in photography and where very dreamy artworks can emerge. The images in this gallery are shot in Iceland, Spitsbergen, Spain and Scotland.