We have seen religious images formed on tree trunks, clouds and even on foods. But what about on a water fountain? Attached is such a picture depicting our granddaughter, Teresa Dial. It was taken when we were visiting Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Fairfield, California. She was just dancing around the water fountain in front of the church when I took the picture.
We did not notice the water fountain image that took shape, like the one of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, until much later. If the camera was set with a slow shutter speed, then the moving water would just be a blur. If the camera shutter speed was set on high, then the water would be frozen. But how do youtime the constantly moving water flow so that an image would appear? We attribute the image formed to be a miracle. In God’s Love, Mike Dial