Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Oasis In A Busy City



I thought that it would make a change to enter a Watery Wednesday post instead of my usual Wordless Wednesday.
There is seldom a shortage of water in England and we don't have to go far without coming across it in some form or another.
Although I am allowed to write on this post, unlike Wordless Wednesday, I'm not sure what else to say! Isn't it always the way?



Footnote: My son, Sam is also joining in with this theme today. Why not pay him a visit?

27 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

The water-spouts look like joyful little white ghosts traveling along with the people!

lakeviewer said...

Excellent picture and change of pace. Thank you.

Hilary said...

I was thinking much like Rinkly. They seem to be sharing that space. Great shot.

Sam said...

I love the way the person on the right appears to be talking to the fountain!

The Mighty Sam

Eddie Bluelights said...

Hey, that's a fantastic shot, Maggie - like the way the water is frozen and the low angle. Very well thought out - watch out David!

Reasons to be Cheerful 1,2,3 said...

Great picture! Is wordless wednesday a new thang? x

Bina said...

Wow! That is just beautiful! What an excellent picture. What kind of camera do you have? I just bought a new one and should get it today. I hope it takes great pictures like this one! (Although I am sure the picture taker has a lot do with it!)

2sweetnsaxy said...

What a great capture of the dancing water! I've spent my share of time having fun doing the same. I think they're fun shots.

The Finely Tuned Woman said...

Dancing, frolicking water. What better picture to have on a midweek day? And words too, Maggie, that's good. I never liked Wordless Wednesdays that much. I missed your talking. xox

Indrani said...

Excellent shot!
The water droplets caught still half way through.

Dr.John said...

I don't think they have turned the park fountain on yet here in Neenah. It is still to cold.
Loved your picture.

happyone said...

The water looks like people walking along the water. Very interesting shot.

Suburbia said...

Not like you to be lost for words (hee hee!)

Akelamalu said...

I love fountains and that's a great picture!

Deb said...

I just want to take my shoes off and run through that sparkly water.

cheshire wife said...

The fountain almost looks frozen. Wonderful photo!

daddyandboys said...

Wonderful fountain photos. Very interesting!

aims said...

Dancing water - how absolutely lovely.

rosiescribble said...

All we need now is some sun! Lovely picture Maggie.

Cath said...

Wow Maggie that is a great shot! And what a wonderful concept. Did you just think of it yourself and do the logo? Or is there a "Watery Wednesday" meme going round?

Tink *~*~* said...

Cath, there's a Watery Wednesday meme going around :)

Wonderful photo, gives the impression of water dancing on the air :)

Happy Wednesday,
Tink *~*~*

Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* :
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Rose said...

I was expecting a "wordless" Wednesday, Maggie May, but I like this effect! I could never do a Wordless Wednesday--I just can't keep from talking:)

I'll be back when I have a few more minutes to read your story from Monday.

RiverPoet said...

Great shot, Maggie!

Peace - D

Expat mum said...

Wow - get you with your artistic photography! Lovely.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Great photo Maggie - I love those water spouts/fountains. So does my youngest grand-daughter! A x

nanatrish said...

Great picture. I so appreciate all your prayers for my family. God is so good to us!

® ♫ The Brit ♪ ® said...

Wonderful photo Maggie!
Love the way the water is "separating" the people! X