Monday, July 6, 2009

Angela & Doug Cavorting in a Fountain





Gambol-- leap playfully: to leap or skip around playfully.

Cavort--leap around: to behave in a physically lively and uninhibited way.

13 comments:

Sharon said...

I don't see cavorting or gamboling. And no one got wet. What a rip-off. ;)

Margaret said...

Too funny! You two are just too crazy. ;)

Lauren said...

LOL, yep, looks like wild and crazy cavorting to me ;)

Erika said...

LOL

Beth said...

Cool photos, but your cavorting seems a bit... tame:)

Maria said...

How fun! I love playing with water. I think that's why I've never minded doing dishes. Next time you come to Chicago you ought to take some time to see Millenium Park and the new sculpture that periodically spews water, seemingly from the image of a mouth.

Jeanne said...

How funny that you share the definitions of cavorting and gambol and yet, neither of you appear to be doing either one. Sigh... (j/k)

The pictures are very cool! I love shots with water in them...you CAN sense the movement of the water in these...so maybe it's the water that is cavorting or gamboling? Hmmmmm

Reds said...

Looks like nobody got wet... :( :)

Nicki, said...

How do you restrain yourselves? lol! I'm guessing the out-takes are a bit more ... moist! I can just hear Steve Martin's "we're just two wild and crazy..."

Gypsy Girl said...

I didn't see you leaping. Nice shots.

Suzy said...

Cool shots but I have to agree with the masses here - they look like they walked away dry.

shirley said...

I was envisioning a bit more, LOL, but maybe the fountain is doing all the cavorting....

Stephanie said...

LOL! Cool photos!