This is the name of a wedding veil style which will reach either to the shoulder or elbow where part is gathered up atop the bride head and the remainder set loose to fall around her face. elbow, depending on preference
This is the name of a veil style, where part is gathered up atop the bride's head and the remainder set loose to fall around her face. A fountain veil will reach to either the shoulder or the elbow, depending on preference.
The basic juggling pattern for an even number of objects in which half the total number of props are juggled seperately in each hand in outward circles. For example, a 6 ball fountain consists of juggling 3 balls in each hand at the same time, throwing from near the mid-line of your body and catching on the outside. There are two ways of doing this: you can either alternate the throws (giving the same right, left, right, left, ... rythym as the cascade), or throw the objects in pairs. The former is known as an async, or off-sync fountain and the latter as a on-sync fountain.
The fountain is a juggling pattern that is often used for juggling an even number of objects. In a fountain, each hand juggles separately, and the objects are not thrown between the hands. For example, in a four-ball fountain, each hand juggles two balls independently.
A static firework that creates a vertical column of sparks in a fountain effect. These are normally placed at ground level but a greater effect can be achieved by mounting them at a height (e.g. on a post or plank). Some fountains also contain crackling effects which can be quite loud. More info.
An artificially produced jet or stream of water; also, the structure or works in which such a jet or stream rises or flows; a basin built and constantly supplied with pure water for drinking and other useful purposes, or for ornament.
A stationary device from which a shower of sparks erupts upward from the device into a spring or fountain-like effect. The fountains may vary in color of sparks, noise and effects. A cone or cone fountain is a fountain in a conical shape.
A glacial spring, generally discharging supercooled water with a significant hydrostatic head. ------------------------------- Glacial Groove/Glacial Furrow A linear depression, inches to miles in length, produced by the removal of rock or sediment by the erosive action of a glacier.
A traditional fountain is an arrangement where water issues from a source (Latin fons), fills a basin of some kind, and is drained away. Fountains may be wall fountains or free-standing. In fountains sheets of water may flow over varied surfaces of stone, concrete or metal.
Fountain is a 1917 work of art by Marcel Duchamp. It is one of the pieces which he called readymades (also known as found art), because he made use of an already existing object—in this case a urinal, which he titled Fountain and signed R. Mutt.