Deep below Earth’s surface, where winter snowmelt and mountain rains collect, aquifers are born. Bubbling to the top from pressure, pools and streams arise beneath cerulean skies. Sparkling like stars in the bright white light of day, ripples of water dance quickly and flutter fouettés in a ballet of blues.
“Spring” is a twinkling pool of peacock, powder, lapis, cobalt, azure, navy, royal, sapphire and slate. Like prisms catching brilliant beams of golden sun, the flow of water shimmers in speckled pastel rainbow tones performing glittering grand allegro leaps.