April 21, 2009

Watery Wednesday



This a new fountain at The Promanade Mall. It has four separate sections that exchange water. Children love walking under the water arches, without getting wet. It's really facinating.
Have a great Wednesday.
Check out the other Watery People here.

15 comments

  1. Nice capture of the water and kids.

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  2. I've seen these types of fountains before, and the water is difficult to capture. Well done Jan!
    B.

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  3. definitely well done!!

    looks like fun too

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  4. I think adults would have as much fun as the kids!!

    Gill in Canada

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  5. That's a pretty neat water structure. Never seen that trick before.

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  6. It looks like the water is playing with the people:)

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  7. That is a unique set of fountains. I wonder if the kids try to drink the water as is soars through the air...

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  8. It is very fascinating.

    Will (father and sons)

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  9. great captured of fountains.

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  10. Wow! That is a really nice shot! Water is life and it's so cool how we see life in action with the children in the background. They seem to be doing what the water does naturally.

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  11. That must have been really hard to capture but it's a great idea. I'm envious of that warm and sunny feel in this shot as it is so very cold here (sunny though).

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  12. I'm launching a new photo meme called Think Green Thursday tonight. Would you like to join in?

    http://thinkgreenthursday.blogspot.com/

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  13. Kids and water are a natural combination....

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  14. Love to see fountains, your shot is very pretty!
    Mine is here
    http://aguthrieimages.wordpress.com/2009/04/22/wordless-watery-wednesday/

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  15. Did you try it? I would have.

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