A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Fountain


Technically it's a water play device, but in a land where mostly it doesn't rain, fountains are a bit thin on the ground.   Actually most have been switched off and turned into dry sculptural pieces, and even this one has it's days of being rostered off.

On a busy day it would have been impossible to take a photograph without getting squirted, and yesterday it was difficult enough to time my dashing in and out between the somewhat random shots appearing out of the ground, but it's a fun way to find a theme photo.

City Daily Photo bloggers from around the world are photographing fountains today. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

Water Park
Kings Beach
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12 comments

Steffe said...

Sure looks like the kids are having fun.

Nathalie said...

Great angle for what must be the most fun of all fountains we're likely to see today.
I just want to be a kid and get out there!

J Bar said...

This is a brilliant shot for theme day. It would be a nice relief today too, since it will be a scorcher in Sydney.

Kate said...

Oh, what we bloggers endure to take our photos. That looks like quite a strong stream!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Looks like great fun!

ρομπερτ said...

... to be a child.

Please have a good new month.


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Ann said...

Looks like fun. Be a really good place to be right now.

Mark said...

Great fun fountain. You are correct that it is hard to find a fountain in oz. This is a great picture.

Mark said...

Great fun fountain. You are correct that it is hard to find a fountain in oz. This is a great picture.

Jilly said...

This looks like the most fun of any fountain today! I love the colours of your blog. They are so much Sunshine Coast!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Nice angle and not such a bad way to cool off in this heat. I remember you doing another rather special shot at this place.

Lois said...

What fun!

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