Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Waterloo, Gadigal Avenue

This cascading fountain runs along the length of Gadigal Avenue in the inner city suburb of Waterloo. This part of the suburb has undergone gentrification in recent years which explains why the trees along this avenue are still quite young.

24 comments:

  1. That is quite a fountain...interesting visually and I'm sure auditorily! Nice shot!

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  2. One day those trees will look fantastic lining those streets and the fountain Jim.

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  3. Looks a great place for sitting and watching the world go by.

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  4. Lovely symmetrical composition in this one, Jim.

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  5. What a unique and beautiful fountain. Love all the colors. I'd like to see that in person.

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  6. That is certainly an original looking fountain. I like all the benches for sitting and looking at it.

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  7. Good to see pics of updates in recent years. Great shot.

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  8. That is a cool fountain! Love the colors!

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  9. Cool use of perspective, I bet it looks great when its on too. Thanks for sharing:)

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  10. I'd like to sit on the bench and see the flowing water..

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  11. Very colorful....and I can now imagine the soft rippling sound the cascading water makes. Lovely.

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    Hope you're having a terrific day!!

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  12. Jane, it actually was on. It has quite a gentle flow of water which becomes more obvious, the closer you get.

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  13. What a cool fontain with all the colors!
    :)

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  14. What a neat fountain :-) Love the colors, too. Everything about it is so attractive. Once the tree grow larger it is really going to be gorgeous. genie

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