Sunday, January 27, 2008

Icy Fountain


Last evening, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences held its Regional Emmy Awards at The Schermerhorn Symphony Center. As we walked in, I noticed that water landing on the sculpture in this fountain had frozen over a bit. It's been very cold all week, although they were predicting that it will hit 60 degrees here today. I don't mean to disagree, but I think it is highly unlikely!
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6 comments:

Jim said...

Go ahead and jump in that fountain. I double dare ya. So did it make it to 60 today? We are suppose to see 70 tomorrow.

Jilly said...

That's a good shot. I'd think water - frozen - at night is difficult to photograph and how pretty it is.

That must have been a great evening.

Nathalie said...

Frozen fountains, now that's something you don't often see in France....

quintarantino said...

Muito bonita essa foto.
Satisfeito por saber que tens tido muito trabalho. Sinal que estás a gostar.

KOSTAS said...

Very good the nightly reception and with so much cold, appears clean the bas-relief of ice.

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

Don't think I've ever seen a frozen fountain here. Quite a sight.