Monday, December 19, 2011

Underwater Paraphernalia


Fountain maintenance in progress at Estoril

17 comments:

Gine said...

Comme la magie disparaît, quand on voit les machines ... Remarque que comme engin futuriste, c'est bien rendu !

Dina said...

This is so cool! Who knew that it took all this to move the water.

Olivier said...

cela fait penser a une machine a faire de la musique ;))

Sharon said...

That is quite a lot of equipment that is usually hidden under the water. This fountain must have some attractive water features.

Sylvia K said...

How fun to see the underwater working of the fountain! I love it! Makes you appreciate the water all the more!! Have a great evening, JM!

Sylvia

Francisca said...

What an interesting site! Don't get to see the inner workings of a fountain too often, and I can only imagine how fancy it is when it's functioning.

cieldequimper said...

It looks like a weird sculpture!

Andrew said...

It's fantastic that you had the foresite to capture an image.
Lovely to see..

RedPat said...

That must be quite the fountain!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Photographed like this is looks like artwork! Something that would make sounds like yesterday's post.

Jack said...

A mystery revealed! I love seeing a good fountain, but frankly, I know nothing about how the effects are created. Thanks, JM.

Lowell said...

Very interesting. This is not a sight we see very often. Lots of stuff to be maintained there.

Randy said...

That's alot of lights.

ladyfi said...

So cool. What a great eye you have!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It makes me think of the valves of a musical instrument JM, like a trumpet or something..Would love to see it in action.

brattcat said...

love this post, jm!

Steffe said...

I had no idea it looked like that.