Chris Tennant is a physicist by day, but behind the lens he becomes the champion of photographing water. This presentation takes us on an exploration of the soul of water's essence. The images are amazing enough, but Chris' narrative opens us to a deeper understanding of why we are always drawn to images of water. (in English)
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