Mining, even post-mining, stands in conflict with other landuses. Fertile areas, for instance, are lost for agriculture plus the hydrological balance and the water quality are often impaired. Although bodies of water are very important parts of the landscape, they are often not properly acknowledged in everyday life. In this series, there is no distinction between natural and artificial bodies of water. Pictured here is not only a technical resource, or an administrative object and just a chemical combination of substances, but a cultural element, worth looking at.