The fountain in Washington Park always fascinates me.
Any fountain does.
The flow of water, as different as the moment and all the elements allow for variations, is constantly changing. Each fountain, stream, river, creek, waterfall, even the water flowing in from a faucet, they’re all different and infinitely variable.
This is a 1/3200 of a second slice of the flow of water on this particular day at this specific fountain.
Look at all the droplets, suspended in air by time.
We could use a whole lot of rain water in this farming countryside. Officially 12 inches below normal for the previous 12 months. I hope and pray it rains soon.
In the mean time, this quenched my parched spirit.