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“Water” by Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz


Classic Club Golf Course. Palm Desert, California, USA, 2015.


A selection of photos from Berlin-based photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz’s global project on water. Click here for previous post. See more images from “Water” below.



Lake County Fire. California, USA, 2015.




Colorado River, Hoover Dam. Nevada, USA, 2015.




Rockaway Beach. New York City, USA, 2016.




Astoria Park Pool. Queens, New York City, USA, 2016.




Construction of bridge over Ganges tributary. Bihar Province, India, 2013.




Ganges River. Garhmukteshwar, India, 2013.




North Atlantic Ocean. Snæfellsnes, Iceland, 2016.




Arnarstapi, Iceland, 2016.




Desert open-pit water point. Somalia, 2013.




Kroo Bay. Freetown, Sierra Leone, 2012.




Benue River. Nigeria, 2015.




A diorama of the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge sits beneath the real bridge. Nanjing, China, 2015.




Sand ships. Dongting Lake, China, 2015.




Cement ship. Fengdu, China, 2015.



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