Wednesday, 30 December 2009

Cook and Phillip Park, fountain

This fountain sits in the square above the Cook and Phillip Park Aquatic and Fitness Centre. In the distance you can see one of the city's Christmas trees surrounded by one of the Living Colour floral displays, close to the nativity scene that sits outside St Mary's Cathedral.

32 comments:

  1. Neat fountain. Most of the water in Ohio is frozen right now but the days are getting longer LOL

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  2. I like the design of this fountain ... simple with interesting geometric lines and shapes.

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  3. It is a neat fountain, doe s look nice enlarged to see the tree.

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  4. I dropped in to see the fountain, but then scrolled down to see the lighting, and Oh, my!!!!! That is simply incredible!!!
    I have to say the fountain was incredible the first time I saw it, but by the time I got back to the top of the page, it had palled!

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  5. this is a pretty cool fountain. very nice and clean.

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  6. Love fountain, I am in the Gold Coast with family, and they are teasing that I brought the rain from New Zealand.

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  7. I love water features. Nice picture on a sunny day.

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  8. I love water features. I had to really look for that Christmas tree but I found it. :-)

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  9. What an unusual fountain. It must look fantastic when it's lit-up!

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  10. If that fountain is any indication of the center's facilities, it must be a great place!

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  11. Sydney has the coolest fountains. Thank you for sharing so many beautiful things from your city. I doubt I will ever get there!


    My ABC & Watery Wednesday

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  12. Nice reminder that summer is on it's way to the Northern Hemisphere. ;-)

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  13. A very nice fountain & the Christmas tree is pretty!

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  14. this fountain design is so cool--modern and stylish.

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  15. I like that fountain, I'm a bit surprised that there aren't a bunch of kids in it since it is summer down your way.
    Here it is currently a bit too cold for water play.

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  16. I sure wish I were there right now! Palm trees for Christmas ... ahhh. Not to mention I'd like to dip my toes in the water. Can't say I've ever seen a fountain like that before!

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  17. Neat-looking fountain. It is so nice to see a warm, sunny landscape when we are all freezing in the northern hemisphere!

    Thanks for visiting my blog, and Happy New Year to you.

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  18. Very nice fountain! It`s to cold for something like that here in north:-)
    Wish you a Happy New Year!

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  19. Nice clear blue skies. The fountain is lovely and this looks like a posh health centre. :D Thanks for the good introduction of the surroundings.

    Happy Holidays! :D

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  20. Love that fountain.. hope i can visit there..:)

    happy new year!

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  21. an unusual design of the fountain. Looks nice.

    Whishing you a happy new year. :)

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  22. Unusual and modern design of that fountain. Wish you A Happy New Year!

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