Water Dancing, 09 October 2010

2010/10/09

Since I’ve been having a little fun with the dichotomous posts of late, here’s a counterpoint to my previous post, which featured fire.

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Photo Information (All):

Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Nikon Nikkor 85mm f/1.8
ISO Equivalency: 100
Color Setting: Vivid

Yes, that’s right…water! Those jets sure do look like little dancers, don’t they?

The subject is a fountain at the southwest courtyard of the Art Institute of Chicago; I’ve photographed this praticular fountain before, a few months back. The water jets are quite lively, but the courtyard doesn’t get a large amount of pedestrian traffic (at least, it didn’t during the times I’ve been there), which is actually a bit nice for me, since I can photograph in peace and quiet. Well, mostly quiet, anyways, what with Michigan Avenue just outside the coutyard walls, and the sound of the fountain itself – though the latter I tend to think of as soothing, and I’m pretty well immune to the constant background noise of the city.

Enjoy.

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2 Responses to “Water Dancing, 09 October 2010”

  1. linzfrentrop Says:

    Water captures are some of my favorite photos and these are great! The fountains made nice shapes.

  2. nigel Says:

    Very good. If you go there again, try to get closer so that your photo is filled with just water.


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