The World of Waters

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Anumita captures the enigmatic mystery of water bodies that she had visited, in an enchanting photo essay, exclusively for Different Truths.

Water, a compound with two parts Hydrogen and one part Oxygen, so fluid, yet so strong. It molds and carves while caressing in its gentle waves. It envelopes more than half of the , while constantly changing the ’s contours. Ponds, lakes, brooks, rivers, seas, and oceans have a mystic of their own. Their mysteries often is hidden from human eyes, but their lure is immense. Their lapping waves and roaring foams beckon to most human souls. 

“Come away, O human child! /To the waters and the wild With a faery, hand in hand,/ For the ’s more full of weeping than you can .” ~ W. B. Yeats, The Stolen Child

More than mountains, water bodies have always attracted me. I am not a swimmer but still find their lure hard to resist. I have shot few pictures of different water bodies I have visited in recent years. Some photographs are shot with my cell phones some with my camera. Hope you will enjoy this photo travel.

Mackinac Island, Lake Huron, Michigan, USA

 

Malaysia

 

Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Canada

 

French Riveria

in front of Rabindranath Tagore’s in Shantiniketan

Dubai, UAE

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Anumita Chatterjee Roy

Anumita Chatterjee Roy

Anumita Chatterjee Roy is an artist at heart. She has an eye for the unusual. Her naturescapes make her the quintessential Romantic. She paints, is passionate about photography, creates word images in her verses and loves to write. She cooks delicacies and is a foodie. Born in India, she was brought up in several countries. These strengthened the global citizen in her. She now lives in the Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and two sons.
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