Three Days to Death
That's it. Most humans can live three days without water, of which most of the time they will be delirious and confused. No amount of wealth, gold, food, can replace water. "In most developed countries, accessing clean water is as simple as turning on a tap. People in these places pour gallons of it down the drain every day without a thought, as they brush their teeth, shower and flush the toilet. But around 1.1 billion people lack access to safe drinking water around the world, and a total of 2.7 billion find water difficult to access for at least one month of the year." (BBC).
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How long can you live without water?: Effects, Role of food, Risks
Water - just like us humans, comes in all sorts of shapes, sizes and even colors. It's universal and something that is absolutely essential to life on this planet. We hope you're inspired enough to make water the hero of your photo for this week's challenge. You could, of course, go with a classic landscape / seascape bringing a sense of majesty to your image or perhaps go with a more down-to-earth shot of kids having a pool party. Maybe a shot showing off your technical chops with water droplet macro photography is more your style. Why not showcase the immense power of water crashing against a shoreline or go entirely the other way and take a serene shot of tranquil and still waters in a long-exposure image? Don't feel restricted by needing an external location either - you can get epic water shots inside your home too. Try getting a creative still life shot by using water as a prism. Or use it to enhance a portrait or with food photography. The possibilities are boundless. So go ahead and make a splash.