Floating tap illusion Category: Impossible Objects | Added: April 7, 2011 | 21 comments Here is an unusual spectacle that can be found at a water park called Aqualand in Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain. Visitors to the park are treated to a view of this faucet that appears to be floating in mid air above a pool in to which the water is flowing. The secret to this illusion lies in a pipe that is expertly concealed within the flow of water and which both holds the faucet in the air and supplies the water pouring from it.
Image Credit: CC-BY-SA 3.0 emijrp
Comments ( 21 )
Posted by Nupur Munda on April 7, 2011 awesome
Posted by bennyboo2005 on April 22, 2011 the water is going around a pipe
Posted by bunnypants101 on May 29, 2011 i cant tell
Posted by CrazyZombieLover on September 9, 2011 thats so cool - have you seen the lego one?
Posted by pepper on August 28, 2011 i wonder were it is?
Posted by carazy pretty gal on October 9, 2011 soooooooooo coool
Posted by koooooooooooooooooooooooooolllllllllllllll on November 15, 2011 one came to my school it was awsome.
Posted by migg on January 22, 2012 WOW Thats awesome :)
Posted by Mollu on December 21, 2011 cool
Posted by may on March 18, 2012 what a magic!!!
Posted by Gabby on May 12, 2012 That is awesome... XD
Posted by Hailey Reaves on May 28, 2012 Wow this is soooo cool. I wonder where it is?.....
Posted by aj on July 29, 2012 its not that hard to know how they did that
Posted by vai on August 26, 2012 wooow! looks great!
Posted by Therese on September 18, 2012 thats soooooooooooooo cool
Posted by allenor on September 18, 2012 awesome..........
Posted by lency on June 5, 2013 i wish i would see i
Posted by Anonymous on February 22, 2014 Rocket tap! It's a rocket tap that floats with water!
Posted by D.Sundarraj Allwin on March 31, 2014 Exellent images and wonderful.
Posted by hjsbsfhjb on July 3, 2015 i this illusion at the caldwell street fair
Posted by Andromeda on March 25, 2017 Very creative and original, the support have to be a transparent pipe or something with mirror to reflect the water when is falling.
I want something like that in my garden he he.
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