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Monday, August 15, 2011

Endangered Species

O the rare and hard to find public fountain....

There is something so utterly fantastic about the way moving water photographs.

In response to one of the comments bellow I want to post a link to another photo. Take a look as it is what we have created as a replacement to lasting infrastructure.


7 comments:

lizziviggi said...

Agreed! This is a simple and fabulous shot.

Tanya said...

it is, especially when you really need one!

Gerard Hagan said...

Nice little shot, where in Edmonton was this?

Mark said...

Paul Kane Park

Susan said...

The fountain has certainly become a thing of the past as we gravitate towards the personal water bottle. When we were kids, nobody carried water in a bottle. Thats what taps and fountains were for!. Love the picture, yes, I agree, water is a magical element is still form!

Mark said...

Yep.. over the fear of germs we have created this...

http://large.stanford.edu/publications/coal/references/llanos/images/f1.jpg

Jude said...

I agree entirely, we seem to have gone backwards when the public water fountains started disappearing. I love how water photographs too, nice work on this one!

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