This the Duncan garden fountain in Manito park, It's hard trying to get a photo of the fountain theirs always people around or playing in the fountain. Decided to take this photo looking NW to keep the sun to my back and use trees and the bushes for a back ground.
The center of the garden is highlighted by a large granite fountain that was the gift of Mrs. L. M. Davenport in memory of her late husband who was a member of the park board for many years. The fountain is made of 'Mt. Airy' light gray granite, surmounted by a bronze feature representing three swans. In 1941 the garden was renamed to honor John Duncan, park superintendent from 1910 to 1942.
Focal Length: 47:00mm
ISO Speed: 80
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robertosalguero (196) 2008-09-01 16:26
I wonder why pictures like this one don't get much attention. I think you did a very good job framing the scene. The light seem excellent though I think the contrast is a bit too much. Details help us appericate the beauty of this place better. Nice place to relax Jason :-)
ekinokswest (2992) 2008-09-07 12:01
the beauty of colors. nature this is fantastic.nevertheless the part I like most is the trees that seem across.
gunbud (34066) 2008-10-17 5:07
You are truely blessed to have such a vibrant garden in your home town.
Brilliant contrast to the blue foreground flowers and the lush green everywhere.