According to Wikipedia:
A traditional fountain is an arrangement where water issues from a source (Latin fons), fills a basin of some kind, and is drained away.And furthermore:
One of the most common features of a fountain, if there is enough pressure, is a jet or multiple jets, where water is forced into the air under pressure to some height.The examples I'll show you feature the same fountain. It is located in Byparken, Bergen, Norway. The pictures were taken at different times using different equipment from different angles. Only the fountain and the photographer were the same.
Today's post is part of the the third round of ABC Wednesday. The founder, Denise Nesbitt, has changed the rules to make the system more practical. There is now a no-comment blog where you can post a copy or short version of your post with a link-back to your original post for the full version and comments. Scanning through this no-comment blog will give you a nice Encyclopedia of Es! She has also set up a new site where you can log on via Mr. Linky if you want to do that.