I can imagine that an architectural water feature like this would often be photographed from the front of the building. I really like what you did by taking it from an unusual overhung perspective... a very interesting abstract composition. Nicely done!
thanks for the comment. Google Plus makes photographs and videos so much better to view and the comments are not limited to 144 characters. I am finding so many specific "streams" of photos, e.g. take a look at the #gpluspc stream or #macromonday as examples. Many of the
photographers on G+ are world class, e.g. Scott Kelby, RC Conception, Colby Brown, Trey Ratcliff, Catherine Hall, Peter Hurley etc. Take a look at some of Ray Bilcliff's "paintography" photos for something new.