Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Waterfront Fountain [WW and OW]


"Life is water dancing to the tune of solids."


Another fountain I chanced upon while walking along Seattle's Waterfront Park beside Eliott Bay. This waterfront fountain is made of cast and welded bronze shaped in cubical structures.



17 comments:

J Bar said...

What a great fountain.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

chubskulit said...

Very interesting water fountain, I have never seen one like this yet..

Hey, while listening to your beautiful song, I decided to join the outdoor Wednesday meme hehehe. So here's my first Outdoor Wednesday entry!

Regina said...

Great shot Miranda.

Barb said...

Miranda,

Thanks for coming by.
The story about the chair outside on the corner:
The neighbor lady sits out there while her children play and ride their bikes. She reads the mail and other things while they play.

Love the fountain you showed today.
Never heard of water Wednesday. Will have to check that out.

blessings

barbara jean

AL said...

Luna naman! Hindi umiinom ng tubig baha ang pusa ko, suplado yon ew! Baka sa fountain na yan, pwede pa. Thanks for the visit!

AL

Rossel said...

i like all your photos. awesome!

Joops said...

Quite unique!

Here's to a Watery Wednesday.

Hilda said...

I love it! Both for the sculpture and the splish-splashy water!

SmilingSally said...

I love water: waterfalls, water fountains, lakes, etc. I just love water! Thanks for sharing, Luna.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

I love that!

Ebie said...

Lots of water flfowing and I love the design of the fountain!

Riet said...

How beautiful that is . Thank you for sharing and for your visit

Dennis Villegas said...

Beautiful photographs! I love your background music!

Photo Cache said...

this is a great water feature. i love it's contemporary design.

Gypsy Lala said...

Greta watery Wednesday shot. I love the song in your blog too. Life as I see it meme here:

http://gypsy70.blogspot.com/2009/10/life-as-i-see-it-3-morning-sunrise.html

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful water feature, thanks for sharing.

Pat said...

I love water fountains and this one is really nice. I like how you've captured the falling water.