Thursday, February 08, 2007

Water Cube



My favorites are the cubular ones, but there are many beautiful water sculptures by William Pye .

9 comments:

cube said...

Another chopped liver post ;-)

The Merry Widow said...

Neat though!
I do prefer a more organic/natural shape, like a real waterfall. But fountains are definitely kewl!

tmw

cube said...

Thank you for commenting...

But you think cubes are unnatural?

*sniff*

;-)

Just kidding. The whirlpool sculpture is pretty cool.

Brooke said...

I think it's beautiful!

Rav`N said...

cool fountains. although I wouldn't want to see any of them here. They're such a waste of water in places like Australia, where we struggle with drought

Jen said...

What a lovely cube!

I think that's a neat idea.

cube said...

jen: yes, it is a beautiful cube.

cube said...

rav'n: allright, another Aussie on board :-)

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