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Indoor Fountain by barnsis

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Small (16.4" x 19.5")

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This amazing fountain is in the entrance lobby of the Ameristar Casino in St. Charles Missouri. It is a twenty foot round fountain pool with shooting streams of water coming from four sides. These streams are about 3/4 inches in diameter (sort of like water shooting out of a hose but more controlled) and they form moving arches with colored lights in them. There are two streams on each side for a total of eight streams. The streams start out small and move higher and higher, shooting across the pool until they meet the stream coming from the other side. The movement varies from side to side and from two streams to eight in an orchestrated pattern. When the streams meet they form moving splashes of water that move up as the streams rise until there are eight of them at maximum height – approximately twelve feet in the air. Then a seperate burst of water shoots about 30 feet in the air and it all stops and then starts over again.

It is not unusual to see people stand and watch the entire sequence of movement several times before they move on. I know because I have stood and watched them watch! ☺ Amazingly there is very little water that splashes out of the pool!

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Comments

  • Yool
    Yoolabout 4 years ago

    What a stunning fountain dear brother i hope it brings luck too :))

  • Thank you, I throw money in it each time I go by ☺

    – barnsis

  • Sean Jansen
    Sean Jansenabout 4 years ago

    Looks wonderful Byron………like how you captured this one : )

  • Thank you Sean, hope you are doing well, this was a little hard because of the movement and the low light.

    – barnsis

  • BCallahan
    BCallahanabout 4 years ago

    WOW, Byron… this is fabulous!! love the water how it is frozen in time… very interesting capture, bro!

  • Thank you sis

    – barnsis

  • LauraBroussard
    LauraBroussardabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful !!

  • Thank you

    – barnsis

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsabout 4 years ago

    Very pretty shot!

  • Thank you

    – barnsis

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELabout 4 years ago

    Beautifully captured, love the lighting great work.

  • Thank you

    – barnsis

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerabout 4 years ago

    Another amazing engineering feat!
    Well captured and documented Byron!

  • It really is Trish, it is so precise in its movements and changes that it could well run to music.

    – barnsis

  • BarbL
    BarbLabout 4 years ago

    How very cool and quite an engineering feat! Nicely captured, bro!

  • Thank you sis, it really is quite fascinating.

    – barnsis

  • stephaniek
    stephaniekabout 4 years ago

    That’s a lot of water………..nice capture!! ;-))

  • Actually it really isn’t, it just looks like it because of the splashing, Thank you

    – barnsis

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerabout 4 years ago

    Have you seen the water fountain show at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas?
    Five minutes (hourly) of amazement at intricate patterns set to music!

  • If you are talking about the one in the large pond or lake outside then yes I have and it is amazing, different than this but the same kind of precision.

    – barnsis

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