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Uploaded 6-Nov-18
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Fountain of Light Finale No. 1

Dayton hosts many wonders to include the Fountain of Lights which is reportedly one of the world’s largest fountains. The Five Rivers MetroParks operates the fountains during the 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day. At the close of the season and with storm clouds clearing the Miami Valley skies, I arrived at the confluence of the Mad River and Great Miami River for one of the year’s last sunset displays. The varying cloud heights refracted the day’s last rays in their own unique manner, thus giving the sky added depth as if to strike serendipitous harmony with the warmly backlit fountain sprays.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/8 @ 13 mm, 1/15, ISO 100, No Flash

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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Fountains
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Dayton’s Fountain of Lights panorama erupting during colorful sunset where the fountain sprays catch the warm sunlight