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Infinity fountain, Hyde Park, Sydney

This fountain jets straight up, then drips over the side of the large saucer.

This fountain jets straight up, then drips over the side of the large saucer.

I’m sure this fountain is not called The Infinity Fountain, but I have no idea what it IS called. Google “fountains Hyde Park Sydney” and all you get is the Archibald Fountain and a defunct burbler (which I may photograph for January if I get my act together, though I’ve read it’s being restored so it may no longer be defunct!). But I digress. I’ve dubbed this The Infinity Fountain because, as with an infinity swimming pool, the water laps gently towards the rim and then trickles over, falling in light-catching droplets like pearls on a string.

December’s fountain theme is Whatever. I’ve been quite a slacker with blogging recently, so this suits me!


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13 thoughts on “Infinity fountain, Hyde Park, Sydney

  1. Amanda says:

    I love that you’ve named this fountain as well as unearthed yet another little find in this city that I’ve never seen. I’ll keep an eye out next time I wander through Hyde Park.

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