Photographer Jason Hawkes shows us the ways in which humans interact with water, all from a beautiful aerial perspective.
From the smallest pond or pool to the endless blue of the ocean, it’s fascinating to see all the ways that water shapes our lives. Via My Modern Met:
People in wave pool, Typhhon Lagoon
“I love the amazing array of colors you can get when shooting water, and it fascinates me how people congregate around even the smallest bodies of water”
-Jason Hawkes, via My ModernMet:
Whales and crowds of people, Sea World, Florida
Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Yellowstone Park
Families enjoying playing in the water at Diana Memorial Fountain, London
People swimming at the Blue Lagoon, Comino, Malta
Surfers, Wakiki Bay
Sea and beach, Honolulu
Swimming pool, Central Park, New York.
The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath in Budapest is the largest medicinal bath in Europe.
Island, Lismore, Scotland
1200ft up over Television Centre, White City, with London’s newest rooftop pool
Flooded housing, Surrey, England
Patterns of rowing boats, Serpentine, Hyde Park, London
Offhore windfarm, North Sea.