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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Watery Wednesday






These pictures are a couple years old and taken pre-digital camera.
I took a bus trip to Longwood Gardens around Christmas. The first shot is during the day. The second at night. Every so many minutes the foundations would come on and dance to music. Very magical.
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11 comments:

2sweetnsaxy said...

I love fountains. This one is great. I really like the night shot with the lit stars in the trees and a little bit of sky peeking through the trees. Very nice!

Judy said...

The night shot is wonderful! It really would have been interesting to see the fountains dancing to the music!
Thanks for sharing!

bobbie said...

It must be a very pretty sight.

Michele said...

OOOooooo.... beautiful!!! I love that night shot... I wish I could see this with my own eyes!!!
So pretty!
((Hugs))

Deborah Godin said...

Wow, those are gorgeous! Looks like a great place to linger in nice (warm) weather!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Fountains truly are magical. I guess that's why some people like to toss coins into the water. ;-)

Dianne said...

great night shot of the fountains! and the day shot is beautiful too :)

Norm said...

love the second picture the night shot very beautiful..

VALKYRIEN said...

The nightshot is beautful! It really lolks like stars shining through the trees - but is it? Or maybe reflevtions from som light? Anyhow; very nice!

Tarolino said...

Fountains always make a lovely feature to photograph and they are relaxing to watch too. Fountains lit up at night is spectacular and you have captured it very well.

Pagan Sphinx said...

I love both shots. Fountains are so lovely to behold and to photograph.

I think I will join you next Wednesday, as I live on the banks of a beautiful western Massachusetts stretch of the Connecticut River and not far from a couple of nice lakes and ponds.