Published: Thursday 26th of April 2007 03:51:46 AM
Thanks Lannie, funny that it was done by a human being, but it looks so natural probabaly because of the water....
Lannie, interesting formation of rocks. The round one, well shaped as a around form vs. the flat striated rocks around. The water is adding a nice "glow" to the otherwise gray rocks and accentuating the texstures, well exposed and composed. Where is Williamstone Park located Lannie?
Pnina, this is all made of concrete (cement, sand, rocks) in a small park in a small town in South Caroina--not a particularly interesting place, but I found a bit of charm in this little natural fountain that they have surrounded with concrete (as in a a sidewalk, as can be seen in the foreground). It has footprints and all from some rather sloppy workmanship, but the water is pure and drinkable and is probably an artesian well formed by water coming from the mountains far to the northwest. This is a color photo, by the way. --Lannie
Thank you, Johannes. --Lannie
Isn't it a wonderful feeling to find beauty in a place where no one else does? Good picture:)
Good eye Lannie....
Thanks, Dennis. I like the way the water is brimful but barely spilling over. --Lannie
Thank you, Rosa. I like ordinary things that give extraordinary effects at times. --Lannie
Spring, Williamston Park Thanks for viewing and commenting.