Perspectives: A Story in Photos

Photography is such an evocative medium, with its ability to bring you into a story or situation using images and emotions. For example, if I were to take you on a pictorial tour through the content in this issue of Hydro Review, it would look something like this:

This photo really helps you understand the complexity of the fish passage facilities installed at this dam. (See page 16)
This photo really helps you understand the complexity of the fish passage facilities installed at this dam. (See page 16)
I mean, look at that sky (and see page 10).
I mean, look at that sky (and see page 10).
And can you think of a more scenic location for a hydropower facility? (See page 10)
And can you think of a more scenic location for a hydropower facility? (See page 10)
This is a great photo of work under way on a thrust bearing. (See page 24)
This is a great photo of work under way on a thrust bearing. (See page 24)

We would love to be able to feature more high-quality imagery in the pages of Hydro Review. And we think you would like to see those photos. But we need your help.

The editors are working on a project to acquire and archive high-quality photos of hydropower facilities and dams worldwide, for use in our magazines and on our website. For example, have you seen the recent slide show on HydroWorld.com showcasing the Bonneville facility? And there are other slide shows at www.hydroworld.com/slideshow-archive.html.

Send us those photos! We need and want them. You can email them to me at the address below. Let’s call attention to the beauty and complexity of hydropower, visually.

Elizabeth Ingram
Managing Editor
elizabethi@pennwell.com
(918) 831-9175
@ElizabethIngra4

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