International perspectives on water photography

'Precious Water' by Md. Mahbubur Rahman - Dhaka, Bangladesh

This year’s Open Category for the savewater! awards® features an all-international group of finalists; hailing from Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, South Africa, and Austria. It’s great to see such a range of countries engaging in raising awareness of water issues. There have also been different approaches taken by each of the countries in addressing the criteria ‘capturing water conservation imagery’. Check out the great work below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

'Rainwater collection from sunburnt area' By Prasanta Biswas - Kolkata, India

'The source of drinking water' by Muhammed Khalid Rayhan Shawon - Dhaka, Bangladesh

'Trockenzeit' by By Josef Hinterkeitner - Sierning, Austria

'The missing element' by Joel Forte - Antipolo City, Philippines

'Water for life' by Ramesh Soni, Dhar, India

'Liquid Gold' by Deon Van der Walt - Rietondale, South Africa

The winner of the Open Photographic Category will receive a digital SLR camera, with finalists receiving a digital camera

What do you think about the finalists for the Open Photographic Category? Let us know on Facebook or in the comments below and stay tuned for more updates.

Check out the savewater!® website for more information on the 2012 savewater! awards®.

  • Md. Mahbubur Rahman

    Dear Concern, would you please change the title of my photograph as “The Precious Rain Water” ! So far I can remember, I submitted the picture with the above mentioned title. Thanks and Regards,Md. Mahbubur Rahman

  • Dmb

    This arrangement is absolutely perfect only if 4th and 6th images are interchanged. You have good eyes.

  • Profoto-NY

    Professionals must select like this
    1st     1
    2nd    2
    3rd     3
    4th     6
    5th     7
    6th     4
    7th     5

    • Surreal


    • Jeo mike

       right. no 3 could be in better position.

    • Yabin


  • Jean Garner312