Water Journal is a bi-annual publication exploring the beauty and complexity of all things water and life. Dedicated to the experience and cultural significance of water, it exists to tell honest stories, whether it's of a personal matter or on a global scale.
An excerpt by Jonas Jungblut from a 30-page literary supplement included in Volume 3°
"An old lady is sorting poles outside and she gives me an intriguing look. It’s pretty quiet except for the occasional car, bike or truck zooming by on the road. There is bamboo everywhere. I mean forests of it in every direction. We sure left the chaos and noise of the city behind which feels really good even though it is very cold."