Fresh water is something that many of us take for granted. However, it may not always be so readily available to all of us (as it already isn't for so many millions of people in Africa and Southeast Asia) if we don't take care of our resources.It actually took me a few moments of turning the stamp around in circles to figure out the 'right' way up, until I realized it was meant to show the water going in both directions.
these stamps, also from 2013, aren't really about water - they are actually part of the Canadian Flag series - but do feature water.
Lake Scugog to be specific.
one of my favourite pastimes includes sitting in a chair looking out over a calm lake. though, maybe not a Muskoka (aka Adirondack) chair as I find them incredibly difficult to propel myself out of (then again, an excuse to stay put and enjoy the view...) now, sitting in an ice fishing hut looking out over - or into a hole in - a frozen lake is not something I have ever aspired to do.
maybe you would prefer your body of water to be indoors,
away from the biting cold, or biting mosquitos.
then head over to Budapest, Hungary to partake of the Rudas Baths. apart from this swimming pool, there also six therapy pools in this thermal bath built in 1550. there is even night bathing on Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm-4am. it is still mostly an enclave for the men though, with Tuesdays being a women's only day and the other four weekdays for the men. weekends are "group use".