You can read this article listening “Dead in the Water” of Ellie Goulding
A TREASURE IN A DROP OF WATER
Goethe said that we formed, shaped by what we love. Scientifically we shape and forms a 70% water, exactly like the planet earth.
In a previous article of this photographer Telma Duarte, (here) I meant the city of Varanasi and the importance of the Ganges River, whose waters are sacred to Hindus.
The same goes for Muslims with water from the Well of Zamzan, in Mecca. It is a cult water transported thousands of miles as a prized possession to give as gifts to family and friends. It is so appreciated that Muslims seek to dip into its waters with the shrouds to be shrouded when they die.
Masaru Emoto, a Japanese expert in alternative medicine goes a step further and says that hatred, love and words together affect water. He exposes different containers with water and with different words, drawings and music. Then, freeze some water drops examining the aesthetics of the resulting crystals. Says those crystals of frozen water droplets subjected to words like love, or happiness, They are more beautiful than those who have had words like hate, or unhappiness. These findings serve Masaru Emoto to advise us that if we are a 70% water, We must guard our thoughts and intentions. That all you feel is reflected in us atumáticamente, in others and in the surrounding environment.
In general, regardless of cultures and customs, None of us doubt that we need water to live. Loran Eisley said: "If there is magic on this planet, is contained in the water "
And perhaps in the photographs presented in this article. Are by several factors magic: Light, Shadows, prospects, and their common denominator; water. Its author is Guy Cohen, a young photographer 24 years living and studying in Jerusalem, the city that has 70 names of love and yearning, which in old maps appears at the center of the world and still produces an enormous admiration.
Leonardo Da Vinci "Water is the driving force of all nature"
And Milan Kundera poetising unwittingly words said Masaru Emoto: "I'm under water and my heartbeat produce circles in the superfice"
COVER IMAGE: GUY COHEN
MUSIC ARTICLE: “Dead In The Water2 – Ellie Goulding
IMAGES OF ARTICLE: Alexa Meade