Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Arizona Falls

Here is a photo from a park called Arizona Falls.

This is where the water from the Salt River Project canal drops twenty feet (6.1 meters).

Arizona Falls is part of the G.R. Herberger Park. It has a 750 watt restored hydroelectric plant and art display.

The best part is going to the lower level and sitting there to wait for the water to fall. The water is not always running.

In the photo you can see the water coming down. It is a pretty cool experience.

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7 comments:

brattcat said...

I love the way you've captured the pattern of the falling water. Beautiful.

PAK said...

An excellent photo!
(It reminds me my old photo from Wrocław: http://bp3.blogger.com/_2ybxjiD_qJU/RuFq_XCrr0I/AAAAAAAABcc/2oGtSuI2NP8/s1600-h/2007_0906Wroclaw0605.JPG)

ρομπερτ said...

An outstanding moment of time, kept alive in a beautiful photograpy. Very impressive indeed, one can nearly hear its sound.
Please have you all a nice Wednesday.

Halcyon said...

Good shot! It's hard to get a good photo of moving water, I think.

glenda said...

This water looks so neat, you really captured a great shot. This is a good spot to cool off from the hot AZ sun. Love the sound of the water, pretty loud.

B SQUARED said...

Looks like it would have a very cooling effect.

T. Becque said...

Lovely photo. I'm always enchanted by water, probably because I live in the desert too!

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