I like this photograph of a small fountain taken by hubby when we were in Davao. He always sets his camera to take a series of pictures in one shot. I didn’t notice at first look that he caught the water’s falling moves in these two pictures.
This is at the People’s Park in Davao where we spent our summer vacation a year ago. It doesn’t really look like a fountain to me because it’s too small. It looks like a water hose is being set up in the middle of the pool to get that fountain view or fountain feeling. It’s better than nothing, anyway. A fountain is a must in a park. I can’t imagine otherwise a park without fountains. It’s good to sit around and cool out a little bit after a stroll on sunny days. The children love to be near the fountain, too. It’s refreshing to see and hear the constant splash of the water. Perhaps reading a book at the fountain is not a bad idea at all, only if you don’t get closer to it or the book might get wet of the splash.
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