Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Theme Day: Fountains

The Neptune fountain, a 3/4 size replica of the fountain in Bologna, Italy was placed in Malaga Cove Plaza in the late 1920's. I just realized that Neptune is facing West.
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12 comments:

Lois said...

Such a magnificent fountain! You picked a beautiful time of day to photograph it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing females figures there!
Cool!
Léia

ramy_v said...

Great lighting on a spectacular recreation. Well done.

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cieldequimper said...

Beautiful. But then again what in Italy isn't? :-)

Linda said...

Rather lovely. But as much as the fountain I was transfixed by the soft evening sky, and that subtle gradation of colour.

altadenahiker said...

I remember that butt.

Jack said...

Very impressive, Tash. Those girls seem to be squirting in a way that wasn't in my anatomy books.

Bibi said...

Ha! I was just about to write what Jack wrote! Sure looks like it! This is a beautiful fountain.

Babzy said...

Thanks for your nice comment :) This classical fountain is beautiful !

Kris said...

Lactating mermaids!

I am of the opinion that a fountain is not qualified to be called such if they don't feature lactating mermaids or a urinating cherub.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I thought I recognized it even though I've not been to Malaga Cove. But Bologna is another matter. Looking toward the sea, I see.

Gunn said...

wow, this is soooooo pretty!