Saturday, 3 May 2014

Cook and Phillip Park, fountain

This is one of the fountains in the square at Cook and Phillip Park, opposite the Australian Museum in William Street. The Collections and Research Building and the Parkes-Farmer Wing are visible here on the right. In the distance is the Horizon Apartments building at Darlinghurst.

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful water feature! I can almost feel the droplets!

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  2. Great shot, love the fountain. Haven't been into the city for such a long time.

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  3. Cool perspective, it looks like the fountain shoots up as tall as the building.

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  4. It looks a tiny bit like the fountain in Vancouver's Lost Lagoon. Waterways and greenery are vital to the well-being of city folk, don't you think?

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    1. Definitely. Water always fascinates me.

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  5. That is on my list of places to visit. Looks so refreshing, what is the temperature is it cool or HOT as it's portraying?
    Visiting from SIMC

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    1. At the moment it's Autumn here and the temperatures are cooling down but we're getting some great sunny days. It has been chilly in the morning but around 22 degrees celsius during the day.

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