Every neighborhood should have a park. Parks are wonderful open spaces where you can go out and stretch your legs, read your favorite book, smell the flowers, listen to the birds chirping, take your pets out for a walk and so many other pleasant activities. Regretfully, urban planners often forget about the importance of parks and erase them from their urban development designs. Cities are becoming more and more like huge concrete jungles.
An example of a charming park in the middle of a congested street in Panama City, Panama is the Andrés Bello Park. Besides having nice green lawns, tennis courts, benches, flowers, children’s playgrounds, it has a beautiful gurgling fountain.
During a recent visit to this park on a quiet Sunday morning, I could hear the gurgling sound of the fountain many feet away. It was music to my ears.
This is the seductive fountain at Parque Andrés Bello. Here we go.
I can’t explain how exciting it was to photograph this fountain at the Andrés Bello Park. If you listen closely, you can hear the fountain sing. Good Day.